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MATCH REPORT: BURTON ALBION 1-1 MORECAMBE

15 October 2022

ALBION suffered a frutrating afternoon at the Pirelli Stadium as Ryan Delaney's long-range equaliser snatched a point for Morecambe

The former Albion defender fired in a speculative effort from distance and saved his side a point after Albion had taken the lead through Davis Keillor-Dunn's sixth goal of the season and looked like going on to claim three points without really theatening a second goal for long periods of the second half.

That inability to finish the game cost them dear as Morecambe, sat a point behind the Brewers at start of play, scrapped away in the second half to try and take something from the game.

Joe Powell made way for Sam Winnall's first League start since returning to the club as Albion went with two in attack for the visit of The Shrimps. Dino Maamria kept faith with the back four that defended so well at Peterborough United to secure a valuable point meaning a home debut for most recent signing Adrian Mariappa.

Albion laid siege to the Morecambe goal in the opening moments with a series of corners and long throws and former Albion laon keeper Connor Ripley was grateful to clutch and hold onto a looping header from Winnall as Albion pushed for an early opener.

Morecambe almost grabbed an early goal too when an awkwardly bouncing ball almost caught Ben Garratt out with the Albion keeper making a smart save at his back post to deny Dylan Connolly.

Ripley had to thrown himself full stretch to his left on seven minutes when the ball bobbled around the edge of the box and John BRayford unleashed a fizzing drive that needed saving well.

Morecambe picked up two quick yellow cards for crude challenges by both Connolly and Liam Shaw midway through the half, the second of which could easily have been red after Terry Taylor was scythed to the ground.

Victor Adeboyejo had a sight of goal on 28 minutes but having found space on the left hand side of the box dragged his effort across the six yard box and past the post.

Albion had the goal that their pressure deserved on the half hour. Donald Love failed to really deal with SAm Hughes raking ball out fro the back and KEILLOR-DUNN was behind him to capitalise with a burst into the box and an unerring finish into the far bottom corner of the net.

Winnall found himself unmarked ten yards out to guide a header towards goal as Oshilaja dug out a cross but this time it drifted wide of the Ripley's post. The strikers afternoon came to a premature end on 42 minutes when he required attention from Nick Fenton and limped off to be replaced by Joe Powell.

Morecambe immediatelty sought an equaliser and Cole Stockton's run down the right resulteed in a low cross that allowed Liam Gibson to run onto the ball inside the box but Garratt produced an outstanding save to keep out his driven effort.

Half time: Burton Albion 1-0 Morecambe

Morecambe made a double change for the second half and it almost paid dividends as a scramble from an early corner almost produced an equaliser, Albion scrambling inside their six-yard box to clear.

Albion began to thread some good moves together and with Jonny Smith mow operating on the left hand side his crosses were causing problems for the visitors defence. Adeboyejo was inches away from tapping home a wonderfully teasing delivery on 63 minutes as the Brewers sought a second goal to give them some breathing space.

But Albion's inability to grab an all important second goal cost them as former Brewer DELANEY smashed home a long range effort with thirteen minutes remaining almost from nowhere.

Bobby Kamwa and Mustapha Carayol were brought on inside the last ten minutes to try and engineer a winner for Albion.

The Brewers pushed for a winner in time added on but Keillor-Dunn's volley went too high as he looked to smash in a loose ball from Taylor's free kick. Sam Hughes header also looked to be on target until Adeboyejo found himself in the way inside the six yard box.

ALBION: Garratt; Brayford, Hughes, Mariappa, Hamer; Smith (Carayol, 83), Taylor, Oshilaja, Keillor-Dunn; Winnall (Powell, 42, (Kamwa, 83)), Adeboyejo.
Substitutes: Sinisala, Butcher, Thorpe, Lakin.

GOALS: ALBION - Keillor-Dunn (30) ; MORECAMBE - Delaney (77)

Referee: Darren Handley

Attendance: 2,602

 

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ON SALE NOW | MORECAMBE (H) ON OCTOBER 15

23 September 2022

BURTON Albion are back at the Pirelli Stadium five times in October – and tickets for the third game in that run are now on sale as the Brewers host Morecambe on Saturday, October 15.

Last season’s clash between these two sides at the Pirelli saw Albion come out narrowly on top in a five-goal thriller – so excitement is very much on the cards for this game!

Burton Albion’s seated family area in the Carling (South) Stand will be operating along with the already established family area in the Raygar (North) Stand.

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Early bird ticket prices for the game are as follows:

Seats

Adults: £22
Senior (65-plus): £20
Young Person (17-22): £20
Under-17: £12
Under-13: £12

Terrace
Adults: £18
Senior (65-plus): £16
Young Person (17-22): £13
Under-17: £5
Under-13: £5

Early bird tickets are available up until 5pm the day before each matchday. Tickets purchased after this time will incur a £2.00 increase in price.

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. 

When collecting tickets on match day please allow plenty of time as queues tend to be long. Please note that you will be asked for ID when collecting your tickets.

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