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28 September 2015

BREWERS striker Stuart Beavon believes "dangerous" Albion will pose Sheffield United plenty of problems.

Beavon, who scored in Albion's 2-1 success at Chesterfield, said: "It's another massive game for us - they are all big in this league and we just want to go out there and get another three points.

"It was great on Saturday with how loud the fans were and that gives us a big boost coming back here to the Pirelli Stadium. When the fans are in full flow here it is like having a 12th man.

"Sheffield United are a big club who will bring a lot fans but our supporters on Saturday were great and I know they will be again tomorrow night."

The Blades have a weight of expectation on them, with promotion needed to satisfy their supporters.

Beavon says: "The fans do expect them to do well and will be right behind them but that doesn't change our approach to the game.  But it's our job to get at them early.

"We have one of the best defences in the league and the lads at the back have been doing exceptionally well and that gives us a great platform. If we play as well as we did on Saturday against Chesterfield with the lads we have got going forward we have a great chance."

Beavon has already bagged five goals this season and he thinks there are greater opportunities this campaign.

He says: "We have so many more people in the box this year than we did last year and that has to be a  good thing. We look so dangerous going forward."

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