Mansfield V Bury at One Call Stadium : Match Preview
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As you were for Stags
Mansfield manager Paul Cox expects to have an unchanged squad for the visit of Bury.
The usual aching limbs and bumps aside, the Stags suffered no new injury problems in defeating Southend on Saturday to win at home for the first time since September.
Cox could stick with the same starting line-up against the Shakers but should he wish to make changes he has plenty of options, with Ritchie Sutton, Ross Dyer, Ben Hutchinson, Lindon Meikle, Jamie McGuire, Colin Daniel and Ollie Palmer all available.
Jake Speight is still overcoming a knee problem while the club are awaiting news of whether Lee Beevers will require shoulder surgery after the defender recently suffered a third dislocation in 18 months.
Danny Mayor will hope to feature for Bury for the first time since January 11.
The Shakers' spate of postponements and the three-match suspension Mayor picked up following his sending off against Chesterfield has left him kicking his heels on the sidelines for a whole month.
Saturday's scheduled clash at Torquay was the latest to fall foul of the weather and the extra few days without a game will have benefited striker Daniel Nardiello's slight hamstring injury and full-back Frederic Veseli will also be available to play, despite dislocating a finger against Oxford in Bury's last match.
Goalkeeper Rob Lainton was sent out on loan to fellow Sky Bet League Two club Burton at the weekend.
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