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Mansfield vs Salford Prediction, Tips & Stats

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        Will Swan 1st Goalscorer @ 11/2
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        Mansfield vs Salford Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Field Mill is the venue for an exciting League Two clash on Saturday afternoon as Mansfield are set to host Salford with the game set to kick off at 15:00.

        The hosts are currently sitting in second place in the League Two table having gained 60 points from their 32 league outings so far this campaign. The Stags are just two points behind Stockport who are at the top of the table and have a game in hand over the Hatters.

        Mansfield come into this weekend on the back of a good run of form which has seen them record three victories out of their last four league outings. These victories have come against the likes of Forest Green, Notts County and Harrogate.

        In particular, Mansfield’s 9-2 victory over promotion-chasing Harrogate Town was particularly noteworthy as they equalled the club's all-time record league win from 1932. It was the highest-scoring Football League game since 2011 and was also the first time a side had scored nine in a Football League game since Peterborough beat Barnet 9-1 in Division Three in 1998.

        However, Nigel Clough’s side were narrowly defeated by Walsall when they were last in action. Despite having more possession and shots on target than the Saddlers, Mansfield were unable to take away any points from the game despite a goal from Stephen Quinn.

        Salford City currently find themselves in 19th position in the League Two table after gaining 39 points from their 33 league games this season. The Ammies are 16 points above the relegation zone and 9 points below the playoff places.

        The Ammies come into this weekend’s game on the back of a good run of form which has seen them go eight league games in a row without a loss. This run has included impressive victories over Wrexham, Barrow and Crewe.

        The fixture of Mansfield vs Salford is a relatively new one, with the sides having first met in 2019. In total, the two sides have met on eight occasions, with Salford having won 4, Mansfield having won 3 and there having been one draw.

        Mansfield recorded a slender victory when these sides met in the reverse fixture earlier on in the season. Jordan Bowery and Davis Keillor-Dunn were on the scoresheet as Stags recorded a first ever win at the Peninsula Stadium.

        Unsurprisingly, considering the respective form of these sides heading into this weekend, it is Mansfield who are heavily favoured at the bookies and are currently priced @ 8/15, whilst an away win for Salford is priced @ 17/4 and a draw is @ 15/6.

        We are backing Will Swan to score the first goal in the game because he has proven to be in impressive goal scoring form in recent weeks. Swan has scored three goals in his last three league outings and we believe that he may get his name on the scoresheet once more this weekend.

        Mansfield Team News

        Mansfield have not reported any new injury concerns ahead of this weekend’s game however Nigel Clough may make some changes to the side that were beaten by Mansfield last time out. Hiram Boateng and KD Davis will both be pushing for a place in the starting XI.

        Salford Team News

        Karl Robinson does not have any new injury concerns to contend with ahead of this weekend. Matt Smith is expected to start up front, whilst Vassell and Tilt lead the defensive line.

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