Date: 15th January 2007 at 6:50pm
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Well, well, well. Look who’s back at the Fraser this Tuesday.

Mansfield Town return to the Fraser Eagle Stadium on Tuesday evening after the original game was abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch at half time, with the scores tied at 1-1.

The game also see’s a free admittion to the ground for all children under the age of 12. Adults will expect to pay £10, it’s only £5 for concessions.

Accrington Stanley Team News:

John Coleman will go into the game without Andy Tretton, Leighton McGivern, Danny Ventre and captain Peter Cavanagh. Alan Rogers is starting his three match ban after seeing red in the weekend’s 2-1 loss at the hands of Notts County.

Coleman however is boosted by the return of midfielder Jat Harris, who returns to the Stanley squad after a one match ban for picking up five yellow cards.

Player to watch: Paul Mullin

Stanley fans know how dangerous he can be in and around the box and is a constant threat to the opposition.

Mansfield Town Team News:

After missing the trip to Hereford through suspension, Simon Brown is expected to be back in the Stags squad as they bid for three succesive away wins, at Accrington this Tuesday night. Boss Billy Dearden told the Mansfield CHAD on Monday ‘I expect a very difficult game up there. Accrington are fighting for their lives.

‘It is not enough to just win at Hereford. We have got to back it up with a win at Accrington.’

‘If players are doing the business then there is no reason to change it round, although it is helpful to have Simon Brown available again after his suspension .’

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Player to watch: Martin Gritton

Recently signed on loan from Lincoln but is already catching the eyes of the media after a man of the match debut away at Hereford.

Match Facts & Stats

Match Prediction:

I am predicting a 3-2 Stanley win.

Next Fixtures:

Stanley travel to Wycombe on Saturday to take on the side that Coleman’s men beast 2-1 last time out.

Wycombe will no doubt be boosted following their 1-1 home draw with Premiership Champions Chelsea in the Carling Cup Semi-Finals.