BURTON Albion will concentrate on playing their own game rather than worrying about Sheffield United.
That's the view of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink ahead of tonight's League One clash at the Pirelli Stadium.
The Albion boss says: "We have to approach the game as we always do - making it very difficult for the opponents here and trying to play our own game.
"All matches are difficult. There is no match that is easy. Sheffield United is no different and we need to prepare as we always do, make sure we are right and try to put a football game together that everyone is proud off. We have to believe in our own qualities.
"You can keep on looking at your opponent but you have to look at yourself and make sure you are up for the battle. If you don't do that you don't have a platform."
Defender Shane Cansdell-Sherriff missed the Chesterfield game through illness but the Gaffer says he could be back in contention.
"We will have a look and assess that."
Callum Reilly is ruled out though with a groin injury.
Zeli Ismail is back training with the Brewers but is still some way from match fitness.
Fans are reminded that they will need to buy a ticket for tonight's game.
There are still tickets left for the home terraces and supporters will be able to buy them from the ticket office up until 7.30pm this evening.