NIGEL Clough is hoping that Burton Albion will have an up turn in fortunes at Ipswich Town tomorrow (kick off 3pm).
The Brewers manager said: “We deserve a bit of luck against them. We have played them three times now. We deserved to lose at home last season but away the performance was excellent and we created a load of chances.
“And at home this season Mick McCarthy said they didn’t deserve to get anything out of the game but they won it with a free kick in the 90th minute. We are due something against them.”
Clough expects it to be a tough challenge for his side, however.
“They are very streetwise and have good Championship players. They know their jobs and are very efficient at what they do.
“They are playing with a bit more freedom as they are probably safe but aren’t going to make the top six. They are more relaxed than the last couple of seasons which makes them more dangerous.
“If you can say anybody can win against anyone and lose to anyone in the Championship Ipswich sum it up more than anybody. They can win anywhere so we just hope they have an off day.”