Date: 4th March 2018 at 12:35pm
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An army of volunteers are currently out with shovels and wheelbarrows, removing tons of snow that has fallen in the past few days.

The One Call Stadium today, has been the scene of many wrapped up loyal supporters, trying to clear the covers of the white stuff, all in the hope the all-ticket clash with the Imps gets the go-ahead on Tuesday.

It would be David Flitcroft’s first match in charge of the Stags, since leaving Swindon Town last week.

Lincoln City have been referred to as ‘Mansfield Town B’ since they launched a transfer policy of not going any further than the One Call, for their summer recruits.

The likes of Matt Rhead, Matt Green and others, will all probably still try to park in their once reserved car parking spaces, when they come back with their mid-table bound side in midweek.

With an increase in temperatures coming from tomorrow onwards, it is hoped the game will have no issues with the Weather.

It has provided some issues with the game being all ticket, in that supporters only have until 5pm on Monday 5th March to purchase one, meaning those waiting to see if the game is in doubt, must take the plunge and get a ticket, rather than wait for the night of the game.