Tuesday's League Two predictions including Mansfield vs. MK Dons

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Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's League Two fixtures, including Mansfield vs. MK Dons.


Morecambe vs. Crawley (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Referee Ben Toner speaks to Morecambe's Ryan Cooney on November 8, 2022© Reuters

Two sides separated by just two points in the League Two table clash at the Mazuma Stadium on Tuesday evening, as Morecambe square off with Crawley Town.

The Shrimps remarkably fought back from two goals down to sink Crewe Alexandra 3-2 over the weekend, while the visitors' meeting with Barrow was postponed due to heavy rainfall.

We say: Morecambe 1-1 Crawley Town

With an exceptional defensive record and lengthy recuperation period under their belts, Crawley can feel optimistic of avoiding a third successive loss against Morecambe, whose performances at home often leave a lot to be desired.

However, the Shrimps can never be underestimated in the face of adversity, and we think that a contest as tight as the standings would suggest will end all square.

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Barrow vs. Gillingham (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Barrow manager Pete Wild celebrates after winning the penalty shoot out on August 9, 2022© Reuters

On the back of successive postponements, Barrow bid to upset the League Two playoff apple cart when they welcome Gillingham to Holker Street on Tuesday night.

Pete Wild's men have not been in action since losing 5-3 to Salford City on February 17, while their visitors coincidentally overcame the Ammies 2-0 on Saturday.

We say: Barrow 1-1 Gillingham

Barrow may enter Tuesday's game as something of an unknown quantity given their lengthy break from League Two football, although Wild and co would have been afforded ample time to dissect their team's recent defensive woes.

In contrast, Gillingham need no lessons in shutting up shop, but Barrow's fresh legs can wear down a jaded Gills backline and nick a point for their fans upon their return to football.

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Mansfield vs. MK Dons (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Mansfield Town manager Nigel Clough on May 28, 2022© Reuters

Aiming to stretch their advantage of the head of the League Two table, league leaders Mansfield Town will welcome playoff hopefuls MK Dons to One Call Stadium on Tuesday night.

The Stags were narrow winners at Newport County on Saturday afternoon, whilst the Dons were last-minute losers against arch rivals AFC Wimbledon.

We say: Mansfield Town 3-1 MK Dons

Mansfield are in sensational form at the One Call Stadium of late and should be very confident of extending their winning run at the venue to four matches.

MK Dons will still be reeling from their last-gasp loss at Wimbledon on the weekend, and a trip to the league leaders is not the ideal opportunity to bounce back.

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AFC Wimbledon vs. Grimsby Town (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

AFC Wimbledon's James Tilley celebrates scoring against Chelsea on August 30, 2023© Reuters

Both looking to secure back-to-back wins after successful weekends, AFC Wimbledon will do battle with relegation-threatened Grimsby Town at The Cherry Red Records Stadium on Tuesday night in League Two.

The Dons recorded a much-need victory over arch rivals MK Dons on Saturday afternoon, whilst the Mariners were able to best fellow strugglers Forest Green Rovers on the same day.

We say: AFC Wimbledon 1-0 Grimsby Town

AFC Wimbledon are on cloud nine after a historic victory over their arch rivals on the weekend, and we believe that the Dons can carry the positive momentum into this midweek clash.

Grimsby had to really scrap for a narrow win over fellow strugglers Forest Green last time out, and we think that the Mariners will not be as successful at Plough Lane on Tuesday night.

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Bradford vs. Doncaster (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Doncaster Rovers' Joe Ironside scores their first goal on August 30, 2023© Reuters

Bradford City and Doncaster Rovers clash on Tuesday in a rescheduled gameweek 29 League Two encounter at the University of Bradford Stadium.

The January fixture was postponed because of a frozen pitch in West Yorkshire.

We say: Bradford City 2-1 Doncaster Rovers

Bradford are well-rested after recent postponements against Barrow and Notts County, and their physical freshness should give them the edge over Doncaster on Tuesday.

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