Cheltenham Town go in search of a fifth straight win on Tuesday night at Mansfield Town (kick-off: 7pm).
The in-form Robins are full of confidence and will make the trip to Nottinghamshire aiming to continue their good run.
Opponents Mansfield may find themselves in 19th but still boast a good and threatening squad at League Two level so boss Michael Duff will be keen to highlight the challenge that awaits his side at the One Call Stadium.
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The injury list still includes Will Boyle, Chris Clements and Ellis Chapman ahead of the trip.
Alex Addai and George Lloyd have been back in training and decisions will be made on whether they can be considered to make the squad.
Check out Russell Milton's pre-match press conference previewing the game.
The Stags have endured a frustrating campaign that saw them get off to a slow start, failing to win in any of their first 14 matches in all competitions. It was a run that cost former boss Graham Coughlan his job by the end of October and since November Nigel Clough has been in charge.
They've improved since then and tend to go on streaks of winning games but haven't been able to be more consistent, particularly of late, and find themselves 19th in the table heading into Tuesday's contest.
On Saturday they lost at Barrow and saw goalkeeper Aidan Stone forced off with an injury. That means former Sparta Prague goalkeeper Marek Štěch is expected to be back in goal for them for Cheltenham's visit.
They also lost key defender Ryan Sweeney to a red card in the defeat at Barrow, but they have recently brought in the highly experienced Jake Wright after a spell as a free agent. In Farrend Rawson they also boast a strong physical presence defensively while full back Mal Benning, a former loanee at Evesham United from his Walsall days, has six years of history with the Stags.
In midfield Republic of Ireland international Stephen Quinn brings plenty of higher level experience, and it's the same story for James Perch, who can name Nottingham Forest, Newcastle United, Wigan Athletic and QPR among his former employers.
Harry Charsley and Kellan Gordon are two younger bodies in their midfield pack who will aim to cover a lot of ground.
Their attack features former Crewe Alexandra man Jordan Bowery, who has eight goals for them this term, with ex-Torquay United goal getter Jamie Reid looking to make an impact having moved away from Devon. Jason Law and Tyrese Sinclair are two younger options after Nicky Maynard and Andy Cook were allowed to join rival clubs back in January.
The manager: Nigel Clough
With over two decades of managerial experience, Nigel Clough has experience across the divisions. He started in non-league with Burton Albion where he played a key part in their rise, and has also had stints in charge in the Championship with Derby County and Sheffield United, while before joining Mansfield he returned to Burton for another four-and-a-half year spell.
Combined with his playing days he brings massive experience. He made over 300 League appearances for Nottingham Forest, before going onto play for Liverpool and Manchester City with his playing career ending at Burton while balancing playing and managing.
On the international scene, he earned 14 caps for England in the early nineties.
One to watch: Ollie Clarke
Captain Ollie Clarke has made 26 appearances for Mansfield this season. It's his first campaign at the One Call Stadium having been signed by his former Bristol Rovers boss Graham Coughlan in July 2020.
The 28-year-old has always been noted for his leadership qualities in the middle of the park and before transferring to the Stags had made over 200 League appearances for the Gas, helping them go from the National League to League One.
He was named Player of the Year at Rovers twice and in his time there while he was younger had loan spells in non-league at Mangotsfield United, Clevedon Town and at Gloucester City when the Tigers were groundsharing at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
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