Robins boss Michael Duff has warned his players of the threat Saturday's opposition carry despite their lowly position in the division.
Mansfield Town are the visitors to the Jonny-Rocks Stadium on Saturday, who after finishing in the play-offs last season, and only just missing out on automatic promotion, find themselves 20th this time around heading into the weekend.
Duff has described the Stags league placing as a "false position" and his team will expect another bruising test as they look to make it five straight home wins in a row.
"I think the one thing they'll probably be disappointed with Mansfield this year is their defensive record," Duff said.
"They have conceded quite a few goals but the new manager has come in, kept a clean sheet last week, and they've got goals in the team.
"It's pretty much the same team that just missed out last year. It's the same players - so they're a dangerous opponent.
"They're in a false position and they can go to any place in the League and stick three or four on anyone because they've got the players to do it."
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