No fresh injury problems for Mansfield ahead of Luton test
Mansfield have no fresh injury or suspension concerns for the home clash with play-off rivals Luton.
On-loan full-back Hayden White returned from a hamstring strain to play the full 90 minutes of Friday's 1-0 win at Wycombe - a result which moved the Stags within two points of the top seven.
He should continue, while Pat Hoban will hope to make the squad following his recovery from a knee injury.
Boss Steve Evans has urged Mansfield fans to turn out in force for the clash, saying: "Results might have gone our way but we need a big crowd at the One Call Stadium on Monday, we'll get that for sure."
Luton will hope defenders Johnny Mullins and Jack Senior are fit to return.
Both players have missed Luton's last three games through injury but could feature against Mansfield, while Stuart Moore will keep his place in goal after stepping in for Matt Macey, who was recalled by Arsenal last week.
Midfielder Cameron McGeehan remains sidelined for the rest of the season with a broken leg suffered in January.
Victory against Mansfield would keep any hopes of automatic promotion alive for Luton, who currently sit eight points off third-placed Portsmouth.