A sourcing Mansfield Town side look to continue their excellent form in League Two as they face Forest Green Rovers this weekend.
Mansfield Town currently sit 3rd in League Two with five wins and eight draws from thirteen games this season.
It's been an excellent first couple of months in League Two for Mansfield who remain the only unbeaten side in the league after the first quarter of the campaign.
They're coming into this game in solid form overall, currently unbeaten in their last five games, even if they have registered an excessive number of draws.
Their most recent game was probably their best result and performance of the season as they ran out 4-1 winners away at Notts County with goals from Louis Reed, Baily Cargill, Aden Flint and Lucas Akins enough to complete up the job.
They'll now be coming into this game on cloud nine with hopes of an automatic promotion push very much a reality this season.
They'll want to put on a show in front of their own face here as they'll feel they owe that to them given they've scored just one goal at home in their last four outings with three of those games finishing 0-0.
Forest Green Rovers currently sit 23rd in League Two with three wins, one draw and nine losses from thirteen games so far this season.
It's been a predictably poor season for Forest Green who've been stuck in the relegation zone for the majority of the campaign, a fate many people predicted coming into the season.
They're coming into this game amidst a grim run of form overall having lost four of their last five games but having beaten Colchester United 5-0 in their most recent outing they'll be hoping they've turned a corner.
Colchester currently sit one place above them in the league table so the win was very much a clutch win for Rovers with goals from Callum Morton, Kyle McAllister, Matt Taylor and Mathew Stevens (X2) clinching the win for the home side.
They're coming into this game having lost three away games on the trot and while Mansfield's home form is nothing to shout about they'll do well to avoid defeat for a side with serious promotion potential.
For our Mansfield vs. Forest Green prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.