Mansfield vs Barrow: No issues for Paul Cox
Mansfield boss Paul Cox boasts a near fully-fit squad as they prepare to host strugglers Barrow.
The Stags thrashed Dartford 5-0 last weekend to move within three points of the play-off places and Cox may be reluctant to make too many changes.
Defenders Exodus Geohaghon and Ryan Tafazolli are battling for a place in the starting line-up after fully recovering from respective injuries.
Forward Lindon Meikle was replaced by Louis Briscoe at half-time against the Darts and could find himself starting on the bench next time round.
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Meikle is favourite to start in attack alongside Matt Green, while Nick Wright and Matt Rhead offer further options for Cox.
Long-term absentee Ross Dyer and Jake Speight, who is recovering from a knee problem, remain sidelined.
Barrow will be without defender Danny O'Donnell.
The centre-back dislocated his shoulder in the first half of last weekend's 1-0 home win over Luton and faces a spell on the sidelines.
X-rays revealed O'Donnell narrowly avoided a serious injury and may return sooner than expected, although he is unlikely to feature again this month.
Manager Dave Bayliss told the North-West Evening Mail: "The X-ray showed that there are no broken bones or any other damage - so it's a case of what his pain threshold is like and how long he will be ruled out.
"I don't know how long he will be missing. If he is out for a few weeks then we will have to look for a replacement with the loan transfer window opening."
Goalkeeper Danny Hurst is also a doubt after suffering a minor shoulder injury himself in the clash that led to O'Donnell's injury.