THE Brewers will be looking for their first away points of the season when they face Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium tomorrow (3PM kick-off).
HEAD 2 HEAD
Albion have come out on top in five of the 11 meetings between the two side, while Oxford have only managed two wins against the Brewers. The fixture has ended in a draw four times, including the first time the sides met in the Football League in 2010.
The Brewers have won their last three games against Oxford.
BURTON ALBION TEAM NEWS
THE Brewers injury list is beginning to ease ahead of the trip to Oxford on Saturday (kick off 3pm) although Nigel Clough will still be without Joe Sbarra and Damien McCrory for the League One clash.
Both players are making progress and Sbarra’s ankle problem is not as bad as first feared.
OXFORD TEAM NEWS
Ricky Holmes is still injured and Rob Hall joins long term absentees Simon Eastwood and Samir Carruthers. there aren't likely to be too many changes to the squad that lost to Accrington.
Trevor Kettle has refereed two League One games this season, issued six yellow cards and has awarded one penalty in the opening weeks of the season.
Don’t miss your chance to get the special away-fans programme that is available in the away concourse (with limited numbers on sale in other areas), has notes written by Burton boss Nigel Clough especially for the visiting supporters.
Both home and away versions represent excellent value for money at just £3.
Prices are as follows:
Wheelchair tickets cost £24.00 (or concession as above) with a personal assistant free.
Ambulant disabled supporters pay the relevant ticket price (Adult/Concession/Junior) and are entitled to a free PA Ticket as long as the disabled supporter is on medium to high-rate disability allowance.
Tickets can be purchased from the North Ticket Office adjacent to the visitors’ turnstiles on the day – CASH ONLY
There is free car parking for 2,000 vehicles on a first-come, first-served basis.