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29th January 2024 11:36

Stags v Sutton postponed
mansfieldtown.net, Fri 19 Jan 2024, 11.15am

Following a pitch inspection, Mansfield Town’s Sky Bet League Two encounter at home to Sutton United - scheduled for Saturday 20 January - has been postponed due to a frozen pitch.

Frost covers have been in place on the pitch for ten days as part of the club’s efforts to protect the pitch from sub zero temperatures as well as industrial hot-air blowers.

Temperatures in Mansfield, however, have been as low as -7.

Following a pitch inspection by an EFL appointed referee the pitch has been deemed unplayable.


The club was mindful to call a pitch inspection as promptly as possible to notify home and away supporters of the outcome at the earliest opportunity.

A rearranged date for the match will be announced shortly. All tickets purchased for this fixture will remain valid for the rescheduled game.



Frost covers had been on Mansfield's One Call Stadium pitch for the past 10 days but, while they said industrial hot-air blowers were also used to thaw the pitch, it was not enough to deal with conditions that dropped to -7C in the Nottinghamshire town.


Stags v Sutton rearranged for Tuesday 23 January
mansfieldtown.net, Fri 19 Jan 2024, 11.15am

Mansfield Town’s Sky Bet League Two encounter at home to Sutton United has been rescheduled for this Tuesday (23 January, 7.45pm kick-off).

The match, originally scheduled for Saturday 20 January, was postponed due to a frozen pitch.


Temperatures in Mansfield are forecast to increase in the days leading up to Tuesday night’s contest.


michael merriman @mezski, Thur 18 Jan 7pm

I have never looked at the weather forecast so much in all my life (vrying emoji, hand over face emoji)


From Nov 2014 to Feb 2020, we had 1 home game off in 5.25 years due to weather.
In the last 13 months, we've had 6 off.



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