As you were for Stags
Mansfield are not expected to have any new problems for the visit of Wycombe.
Jamie McGuire returned to action as a late substitute in the 1-1 draw at Portsmouth last Saturday following three weeks out with a groin injury. The midfielder completed a full 90 minutes in a reserve-team match in midweek, as did centre-back Martin Riley (leg) who has also recently spent time in the treatment room, and could be pushing for a starting role.
Stags boss Paul Cox will probably keep any changes to a minimum though after an encouraging display on the south coast.
Leading scorer Sam Clucas, this week the subject of a bid from a Championship club, and Ben Hutchinson returned to training this week but the Wycombe game is expected to come too soon for the duo.
Wycombe will be without striker Steven Craig.
The Scottish striker saw red in the 1-0 home defeat to Oxford last weekend and will now serve a three-match ban but the Chairboys have a ready-made replacement in new signing Anthony Jeffrey.
The 19-year-old, who can play on both wings as well as up front, left Arsenal by mutual consent earlier this week and is available to make his Blues bow at Field Mill.
Winger Jordan Mustoe could also make his debut after arriving from Wigan on a one-month loan last week.
Source : PA