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29 August 2014


Mansfield have advised all away supporters to not travel to the One Call Stadium if they aren’t in possession of a valid match ticket. No tickets can be sold to away supporters on matchdays under any circumstances.




£20: Adults

£15: Senior Citizens (60+), Students*

£10: Aged 7 to 16

FREE: Under 7s**



The only absentees tomorrow will be winger Jimmy Phillips, who is recovering from a torn knee ligament, left-back Damien McCrory, who will be missing for another month as he comes back from an operation on his knee.


Striker Liam Hearn is the only definite absentee for Mansfield Town ahead of the visit of Burton Albion.


Defender Luke Jones may be included in the squad as he bids to overcome his recent injury troubles.


People asked me after the game what was going through my mind," he said

"The answer was simple – what team was I going to put out against Mansfield.

"They're a lot like Newport, only they play a three at the back.

"They've got size in the team, but we've watched them and technically they've got some very good players.

"The striker, Alex Fisher, has come back from playing abroad and is a good player.

"We certainly won't undervalue what they can do.

"We've got to be up for the fight."


"They are a good side and have got a good squad of players," said Cox.

"They've kept the nucleus from last year, added some quality to it and thoroughly deserve to beat the Wigans and QPRs of this world.

"They've had a half-decent start to the season.

"Make no bones about it, they are going to be up there this season as one of the teams to watch.

"But I've always said, it's not about Burton Albion coming here, Manchester United coming here or whoever coming here, what I like to concentrate on is my own team and my own players.

"We're working extremely hard to improve."


1. Mansfield haven’t scored a single goal in their four previous meetings with Burton.


2. In the last meeting between the two sides ended goalless

3. Albion have never lost to Newport County with three wins and one draw between the two sides.


Leave the M1 at Junction 28, take A38 to Mansfield. After passing the Kings Mill Hospital on your left and then the Nell Gwyn pun on your right, turn right at the traffic lights after the pub into Sheepbridge Lane.  After passing under a railway bridge (height restriction 10' 9") you will reach a set of traffic lights where you turn left into Quarry Lane. You will reach the stadium along on the left.

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