TOWN'S experience of penalty shoot-outs isn't nearly as recent as that of Mansfield, but the club have a good record in contests from 12 yards out.
Five out of the six fought out over the last 27 years have ended in victory.
The first and most recent were both against Halifax.
Back in November 1977, Tom Johnston's side triumphed 6-5 in a West Riding Cup semi-final tie at The Shay.
In October 2002, when Lou Macari was boss, they were 4-3 winners in an LDV Vans Trophy first-round tie at the McAlpine.
There have been three other shoot-outs in that competition, all when it was known as the Autoglass Trophy.
Town were 3-1 winners against Blackpool in a first-round tie in January 1992 and 5-3 against Preston in the second round in November 1993.
But on the big stage at Wembley in the final in April 1994, they lost 3-1 to Swansea.
On a more important occasion the season after, Town held their nerve to defeat Brentford 4-3 at Griffin Park to book a place in the Division II play-off final. Darren Bullock scored the crucial kick.