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Match Previews


7 January 2022

THE Brewers return to away action in Sky Bet League One tomorrow as they travel to Cheltenham Town (3pm kick-off).


Burton Albion come into the game after an emphatic 4-1 home victory over Crewe Alexandra last weekend. The win over Crewe was the Brewers' first match for three weeks and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's side will look to continue their winning return.

Cheltenham are without a win in their last six outings, with their last result being a 1-1 draw away at Oxford United.


The two sides have face each other 13 times competitively, with the first coming in February 2010. Burton edge the head to head record with six wins in comparison to Cheltenham’s five. The other two games ended in a draw.

The Brewers are unbeaten against tomorrow’s hosts in their last six games, with the last game ending in a 1-1 draw at the Pirelli Stadium earlier this season.


Louis Moult will be available for selection and potentially in line to make his debut after a lengthy time on the sideline through an ankle injury.

Terry Taylor, Lucas Akins and Jonny Smith are all set return to squad to face Cheltenham after missing last game while Borthwick-Jackson will be available despite taking a knock in the win over Crewe.

Brewers will be without Harry Chapman and Ellery Balcombe after their respective loan spells from Blackburn Rovers and Brentford came to an end. Omari Patrick has also returned to his former club Carlisle United on a permanent transfer.  


New signings Ben Williams, Dan Nlundulu and Charlie Brown could all feature and make debuts for the Robins this weekend.

Cheltenham also saw some departures amidst the new signings, with Dan Crowley, Kyle Joseph and Kyle Vassell leaving the club


The man with the whistle for tomorrow’s fixture will be David Rock, who will be assisted by Gareth Viccars and Adam Ricketts. The fourth official will be Abbas Khan.


Cheltenham Town's local authority Safety Advisory Group have asked us to circulate the following guidelines to all supporters:

  • Use hand sanitizer stations at ground
  • Maintain social distance from others not in your group as far as possible
  • Wear facemasks when entering via turnstiles, indoor concourses/refreshment areas, when leaving the ground and any crowded areas (apply personal preference to remove whilst seated)
  • Follow stewards instructions and any social distancing signage when moving around, exiting the stadium and using toilet facilities etc.
  • Consider taking a lateral flow test on day of game
  • Don’t attend if you have symptoms or told to self-isolate
  • Listen for any Covid-19 related PA announcements


Temperatures are forecast to remain above freezing with no excessive rainfall, although rain is forecast for the day of the match.


 The game is not available to live stream, but you can buy an audio only pass for £2.50.

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Match Reports


8 January 2022

DANIEL Jebbison's eighth goal of the campaign secured an important point on the road for the Brewers as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with Cheltenham Town

The Brewers rode their luck in a disjointed first half where the home side had the chances to be out of sight but only had a Callum Wright strike to show for their effort before Jebbison found the back of the net just six minutes into the second half to set up a much more even game which could have gone either way in the closing stages.

Albion hit the road for the first time in 2022 and showed three changes for the game at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium. Terry Taylor and Tom O'Connor returned to the heart of the midfield as Deji Oshilaja dropped into the back three to replace Ryan Leak, nursing a knock from last week's victory over Crewe. Harry Chapman's return to Blackburn Rovers enabled the second of the changes as Charlie Lakin pushed forwards to join Jacob Maddox providing the suuport and ammunition for lone striker Daniel Jebbison who came in for Kane Hemmings. The good news for the Brewers was being able to name Louis Moult on the bench for the first time since his pre-season injury.

Cheltenham started strongly, penning Albion back and hitting the bar through their debutant, Dan Nlundulu, as early as the fourth minute as the Brewers struggled to clear a corner and the Southampton loanee was foiled by the woodwork from within the six yard box.

The home side continued to press and were close to a goal on the quarter of an hour mark when ex-Albion man Chris Hussey set Liam Sercombe away on the left and his cross to the back post was aiming for the head of Matty Blair until Cameron Borthwick-Jackson arrived to nick it away from him. Blair then found himself with an early yellow card for dragging Maddox down as Albion threatened to counter.

But the pressure from the Robins told on 20 minutes as WRIGHT lashed in from the edge of the box when John Brayford could only clear Hussey's cross to him.

Albion were struggling to contain their confident hosts and Nlundulu almost made it two on 37 minutes with a raking low drive that took a nick off a Burton defender to send it wide for a corner that Cheltenham almost profited from, Hussey picking up the short corner and seeing his attempted cross rebounding back into play off the face of the crossbar with Brayford producing a brave block to deny Wright in the ensuing scramble.

Ben Garratt had to produce a sprawling save as Cheltenham again found a way through the Burton rearguard to create a chance for Alfie May but with only the Albion stopper to beat found himself thwarted by Garratt's sprawling dive.

The stroke of half time saw Albion with their only real opportunity of the half, Jebbison tricking and flicking his way into a promising position but on the stretch his header was clawed away from goal by home keeper Owen Evans.

Half time: Cheltenham Town 1-0 Burton Albion

Albion needed a response after the break and the decision was taken to bring on Lucas Akins in place of Charlie Lakin to provide a different option in attack.

And Albion's bright start to the second half, following the change was rewarded on 51 minutes with the equaliser. Maddox, the former Cheltenham loanee slung in a low cross and JEBBISON made a decent contact to fire it goalwards when Evans madea poor attempt to keep the ball out and watched on as it crept in.

Evans made better work of smothering a decent effort from Maddox moments later as Albion sensed a shift in the momentum in the game.

Cheltenham recovered from the disappointment of conceding and a flurry of corners threatened to offer them a route back to the lead although Albion defended stoutly although another excellent save from Garratt ensured that the parity continued when Nlundulu broke away and struck from distance.

It was anyone's game at this stage and Albion went close on 67 minutes, a Tom Hamer long throw finding Conor Shaughnessy in the area and his header dropping just wide of the post.

As Cheltenham pushed for a winner Hamer slid in to bring down Sercombe as he tried to race away and although home fans were baying for a red card referee David Rock spent an age with the yellow card in his hand before brandishing at the Burton man.

Taylor, in his first appearance for a month, lasted until just inside the last ten minutes before what appeared to be cramp forced him off to be replaced by Joe Powell.

A final throw of the dice with five minutes to go saw Jebbison withdrawn to allow Jonny Smith to enter the fray.

Cheltenham threw everything at the Brewers in the five minutes added on by referee Rock with shouts for a penalty turned away after a shot was blocked at close range in the area but Albion survived the late onslaught to grab a valuable point from a much improved second half display.

ALBION: Garratt; Brayford, Shaughnessy, Oshilaja; Hamer, Taylor (Powell, 82), O'Connor, Borthwick-Jackson; Lakin (Akins, 46), Maddox; Jebbison (Smith, 86).
Substitutes: Hawkins, Smith, Leak, Moult, Mancienne.

GOALS: CHELTENHAM - Wright (20) ; ALBION - Jebbison (51)

Referee: David Rock

Attendance: 3,201 (298 away)

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Ticket News


21 December 2021

TICKETS are on sale now for our away game at Cheltenham Town on Saturday, January 8.

This Sky Bet League One game will kick off at 3pm, with Brewers supporters having been allocated the Hazelwoods Stand at the Whaddon Road end of the stadium.

Brewers fans will not need to provide a Covid Vaccination Pass or proof of a negative lateral flow test to gain admission for this fixture. Read the latest Covid information for visiting Cheltenham here 

Advance ticket prices are:

Adults: £26
Seniors (aged 65 plus), Students and Wheelchair users: £18
Under 18s: £10

Tickets increase £2 across all categories on matchday. Students must have a valid ID. Ambulant disabled receiving middle or higher rate allowance pay the relevant category with a carer admitted free.

Official away coach travel is available for this fixture:

Price per seat: £17
Departs at: 11.30am 
Expected return time: 7pm approx.

Book your tickets right now via our online ticket store or, if you are purchasing on your mobile phone use our web-based app:

You can also purchase tickets by visiting the Club Shop at the Pirelli Stadium or you can call 01283 565938.


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