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Match Previews


28 February 2022

BURTON Albion return to midweek action in Sky Bet League One, travelling to South-Yorkshire to take on Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow night (7.45pm kick-off).

The fixture was originally scheduled for Boxing Day of last year but was rearranged due to coronavirus complications.


The Brewers head into the clash at Hillsborough after a 2-0 home defeat to Shrewsbury Town on Saturday. Despite being without a win in three, Albion’s last away trip almost resulted in a hard earned three points at the Stadium of Light last week. A late Sunderland equaliser came between Burton and victory on the road on this occasion.

Since the last meeting between the sides just under a month ago, Wednesday have only recorded one loss in that time. Defeat at table toppers Rotherham United was the only thing coming in the way of a perfect run since the Owls visited the Pirelli Stadium.


The game will only be the sixth time the two sides have faced off since the Brewers ascendency to the EFL. Albion had an unbeaten record over Sheffield Wednesday in competitive league games until the last meeting just over a month ago, with the Owls securing a 2-0 at the Pirelli Stadium.

Burton fans will have fond memories of the club’s last away match at Sheffield Wednesday. A 3-0 away victory in the Sky Bet Championship courtesy of Tom Flannagan, Lloyd Dyer and Tom Naylor gave Brewers fans a day to remember in South-Yorkshire.


No fresh injury concerns for the Brewers, confirms Albion Assistant Manager Dino Maamria. He also confirmed that Ciaran Gilligan will still remain out for up two weeks.


Josh Windass will miss out tomorrow, as Darren Moore confirmed the Owls frontman has not yet returned to training following injury. 


Samuel Barrott will be the man with the whistle for tomorrow’s match at Hillsborough. Barrott has taken charge of 29 competitive games so far this season, handing out 117 yellow cards and two red cards. He will be assisted by Mark Jones and Stephen Wade, while the Fourth Official with be Richard Wigglesworth.


Tickets for tomorrow's game will go off sale at the Pirelli Stadium at 1pm tomorrow. Fans are also able to purchase a ticket on the gate at Hillsborough. These will be CASH ONLY turnstiles.

Tickets and coach travel purchased for the original fixture that was scheduled for Boxing Day will be valid fr tomorrow night's game. 

For those wishing to purchse a ticket, the price list is as follows

Adults: £26
Senior (aged 65 plus): £16
Under 21s: £16
Under 17s: £5

Official away coach travel is available for this fixture:

Price per seat: £14
Departs at: 5.15pm
Expected return time: 11.15pm 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.



With the game kicking off at 7.45pm and it being a midweek game, you can watch the whole match live on iFollow Brewers!

You can purchase a match pass for £10 to watch every of Brewers away match against Sheffield Wednesday as it happens with commentary from BBC Radio Derby.


Once you have purchased your Match Pass, the easiest way to watch is through the official iFollow App, which is available on iOS devices from the App Store and Android from Google Play. 

The App, which is available on mobiles and tablets, can be downloaded below:


Simply load the App up close to kick-off, log in to your account and click on the option that allows you to watch live. 


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Match Reports


1 March 2022

ALBION suffered defeat on the road as Sheffield Wednesday ran out 5-2 winners in a pulsating game at Hillsborough.

The home side, looking to strengthen their grip on a play-off place raced into a two goal lead inside the first hour half with goals from Liam Palmer and Barry Bannan but Albion staged a comeback to stun their hosts, maiden goals from Adlene Guedioura with a powerful drive and Oumar Niasse with a well taken finish dragging Albion back on level terms just eight minutes into the second half.

The home side were stung into action and a late salvo of goals from Callum Paterson, Marvin Johnson and a second of the night for the mercurial Bannan gave the scoreline a comfortable look when it had been anything but for Darren Moore's side.

In search of a response after Saturday's 2-0 reversal at home to Shrewsbury boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink made five changes to his side. Guedioura, who impressed in his substitute appearance at the weekend was handed a first Brewers start in a new look midfield pairing with the returning Deji Oshilaja, a former Owls loanee. There was also a recall for left wing back William Kokolo as Cameron Borthwick-Jackson reverted to a role in the back three alongside Sam Hughes and John Brayford, Conor Shaughnessy dropping to the bench to make way. Up top there were recalls for Niasse and Gassan Ahadme.

The game was in just the third minute when the Owls fashioned a first chance. A deep ball across the box got to the back post and found Johnson, the midfielder bringing the ball down but not finding a way past Ben Garratt at his near post.

Albion's first sight of goal came on seven minutes courtesy of some poor goalkeeping from Irish international Bailey Peacock-Farrell. The big keeper dwelt on the ball and allowed Ahadme to dispossess him but his defence got him out of trouble closing down Niasse and ensuring his shot was blocked.

Owls Skipper Bannan was inches away from opening the scoring moments later the ball dropping to him just inside the box and his rising drive was tipped onto the crossbar by Garratt.

There was nothing the Burton keeper could do on thirteen minutes as Wednesday hit the front. Johnson supplied a cross from the left that evaded Callum Paterson diving in at the near post but found PALMER at the back post for a straight forward finish.

Ahadme almost got lucky with a deflected effort that ended up not too far wide before Niasse found himself in referee BArrott's book for a late challenge on Wednesday defender Sam Hutchinson.

BANNAN found the woodwork again on 28 minutes with an effort from the edge of the box but this time it clipped the inside of the post and bounced in to double Wednesday's lead.

The two goal lead lasted less than two minutes as Albion got themselves back into the game almost instantly. Tom Hamer's long throw was only half cleared and when it came to GUEDIOURA his powerful low drive floew through a crowded box and had enough on it to beat Peacock-Farrell, a slight deflection helping to wrong foot the keeper.

The game was paused for about four minutes towards the end of the half due to a medical incident in the crowd but when play resumed Albion had a chance on 45 minutes when Hamer nodded Kokolo's cross down and Ahadme couldnt quite get enough on the ball to divert it goalwards. And the striker had a header go over the top when Guedioura whipped in a teasing first time cross.

Wednesday could have been 3-1 in front at that point, Bannan having another chance to set his sights from the edge of the box and putting his curling shot just inches wide.

Half time: Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 Burton Albion

Both sides had chances in the early second half exchanges but it was Albion who completed the come back from two goals down eight minutes after the restart as NIASSE used his strength to collect a pass from Kokolo and roll around a couple of defenders before angling a shot across Peacock-Farrell that seemed to take an age to nestle in the back of the net.

Wednesday immediately set about trying to get their lead back and Lewis Gibson flashed an angled shot through the box and agonisingly wide just before the hour mark.

The home side got themselves on the scoresheet again midway through the half with Bannan delivering a corner right into the heart of the Burton six yard box where Paterson got a decisive header to it.

Albion quickly tried to respond and Niasse got goalside of his man to take in a Hamer cross but could not quite turn sharply enough to fire a shot in.

Substitute Saido Berahino almost added a fourth when he picked up the pieces after Massimo Luongo's shot was blocked but on the turn he could not keep his shot down.

Bannan had a key role to play in Wednesday's fourth goal on 75 minutes sweeping a pass into the path of JOHNSON and he fired home from the edge of the area.

Albion needed a quick response if they were to have any chance of making a second comeback and it was Jonny Smith that the manager turned to with a little over ten minutes remaining, Ahadme the man to make way.

Niasse and Guedioura both got through 86 minutes of action before they were replaced by Christian Saydee and Charlie Lakin. Both had only been on the pitch a minute when BANNAN added a fifth for Wednesday and his second of the night with an unerring curling effort beyond a full stretch Garratt.

ALBION: Garratt; Hughes, Brayford, Borthwick-Jackson; Hamer, Guedioura (Lakin, 86), Oshilaja, Kokolo; Powell; Niasse (Saydee, 86), Ahadme (Smith, 79).
Substitutes: Kovar, Chapman, Shaughnessy, Mancienne.

GOALS: WEDNESDAY: Palmer (13), Bannan (28, 87) Paterson (67), Johnson (75) ; ALBION - Guedioura (30), Niasse (53)

Referee: Samuel Barrott

Attendance: 20,309

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Ticket News


9 February 2022

TICKETS are on sale now for our rescheduled away game at Sheffield Wednesday on March 1.

This Sky Bet League One game will kick off at 7.45pm with tickets and official coach travel purchased for the original Boxing Day date valid for March 1.

For anyone wishing to purchase tickets they are priced:

Adults: £26
Senior (aged 65 plus): £16
Under 21s: £16
Under 17s: £5

Ambulant disabled supporters on the higher level of disability living allowance pay the relevant category with a carer admitted free of charge. They should report to the stewards on matchday and gain access via Gate 6 if they have difficulty with steps

A limited number of car parking spaces are allocated for disabled away supporters at £5 each on a first come first served basis – call 03700 20 1867 to book and pay.

Official away coach travel is available for this fixture:

Price per seat: £14
Departs at: 5.15pm
xpected return time: 11.15pm 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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