Mansfield's One Call Stadium, where they were held to a 1-1 draw with Sutton United.

The Stags will look to take advantage of another chance to close in on top spot after they were held to a draw against Sutton.

AFC Wimbledon currently sit in tenth spot, only scoring four less than their opponents all season, but have struggled for three points – they are without a league win since the end of December.

Both these sides love a draw with Mansfield being top with 12 but Wimbledon aren’t far behind on nine.

Mansfield was left frustrated on Tuesday night as a valiant Sutton side battled to gain a crucial point in their ongoing relegation battle.

The Stags come into the weekend third on 51 points after 27 games with Wrexham sitting second on 52 points and league leaders Stockport sitting pretty at the top on 54 points.

A win away at Wimbledon could see Mansfield go joint-top of League Two if other results go their way.

Form-wise, both sides are patchy at best with each of them winning one of their last five (Wimbeldon’s came in the EFL Trophy), with The Stags also drawing three in this period.

When the two sides met at Field Mill in October, it was a drab 0-0 affair so both clubs will be hoping for better fortune this Saturday.

On the injury front for Mansfield, they will be without full-backs Calum Macdonald (calf) and Callum Johnson (hamstring), who will both miss the encounter through injury.

Forward Rhys Oates and defender Elliot Hewitt continue to be sidelined with ACL injuries with the latter continuing rehabilitation and is expected to return to training at the end of the month.