The Yellow Army were well-beaten 4-1 by Leyton Orient last time out, their fourth defeat in the last six league matches.
Mansfield are on a three-match unbeaten run in league play, lifting them seven points above the relegation zone.
Sutton will be without backup goalkeeper Bradley House, who is sidelined through injury.
Coby Rowe has established himself in defense over the last month, but is a doubt here. Omar Bugiel is likely to replace Richie Bennett in attack.
Mansfield will be without James Perch for the remainder of the season after the defender fractured his skull.
Fellow defender Richard Nartey is expected back in training this week having not featured since September.
Forward Rhys Oates (groin) and midfielder George Lapslie (hamstring) are both doubtful.
Sutton United: Bouzanis; Wyatt, John, Goodliffe, Kizzi; Randall, Smith, Eastmond, Ajiboye; Olaofe, Bugiel
Mansfield Town: Bishop; McLaughlin, Forrester, Hawkins, Hewitt; Quinn, Stirk, Maris, Clarke, Charsley; Bowery
Ones to watch
Isaac Olaofe (Sutton United)
He leads the Yellow Army’s scoring charts with four goals, including a pair of game-winners. Partnering with Bugiel gives Sutton a dangerous duo in attack.
Ollie Clarke (Mansfield Town)
The Stags skipper netted a brace in the win over Scunthorpe and has been one of the best players in the Mansfield squad all season, leading by example.
How to watch
There is no television coverage of the match, but iFollow Stags, the Mansfield iFollow channel, will show the match. A match pass is available for £10 with kick-off set for 19:45 GMT.