Mansfield Town vs Ebbsfleet United: Alan Marriott set for Stags recall
Mansfield manager Paul Cox could welcome back goalkeeper Alan Marriott into his squad for Ebbsfleet's visit to the One Call Stadium.
Marriott is back in contention after coming through his second reserve match unscathed following a 10 week spell on the sidelines with a dislocated shoulder.
Cox will be without midfielder Gary Roberts who serves the second game of his two-match ban.
Midfielder Adam Murray came through last weekend's draw with Lincoln City unscathed after recovering from a knock that had kept him out of the FA Trophy defeat to Matlock.
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The Stags, who sit ninth in the Blue Square Bet Premier table, lost 3-1 to Ebbsfleet when the two sides met in September but have only been beaten twice since then.
Ebbsfleet boss Liam Daish will be without suspended defender Paul Lorraine for the trip.
Lorraine sits out the third game of his three-match ban after he was sent off during the FA Trophy defeat to Hereford.
The Fleet will hand a late fitness test to leading goalscorer Nathan Elder who has missed his side's last three games with an ankle injury. Daish is hopeful that he will return but the game could come too soon for the 10-goal centre forward.
Meanwhile, midfielder Ram Marwa remains out with the knee problem that has kept him sidelined since October.
Daish's men will be looking to end their recent winless run that has seen them fall to 22nd in the league table.