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16 March 2018

THE Brewers will be aiming to turn their recent good performances into points tomorrow as they travel to Molineux to face top of the league Wolverhampton Wanderers.


Although Wolves beat Burton 4-0 at the Pirelli Stadium in September, that result is their only win over the Brewers in three attempts. The first league meeting between the two took place last season when a late Will Miller strike earned a 1-1 draw for Nigel Clough’s side away from home. 

Burton won their home fixture against Wolves 2-1 last season, with Michael Kightly scoring an equaliser against his former club before Cauley Woodrow netted a late winner.


Jamie Allen joined Burton Albion’s long list of injuries when he was forced off in the early stages at Sheffield United. The midfielder is a doubt for tomorrow’s fixture, along with Luke Murphy and Martin Samuelsen.

Ben Turner, John Brayford and Lucas Akins will all miss the game through injury, with Akins picking up a hamstring strain against Bristol City. 


14-goal forward Diogo Jota may miss the game through injury after picking up a knock against Reading.


Geoff Eltringham will be the man in the middle tomorrow. The County Durham referee has taken charge of 19 Championship games this season, dishing out 71 yellow cards, two red cards and has awarded four penalties.

Eltringham officiated Burton Albion’s opening day fixture against Cardiff City. 


The game is all-ticket and there is no option to pay on the day for this fixture.

Burton Albion fans wishing to travel to the game at Wolverhampton Wanderers tomorrow will need to buy a ticket by 4pm today.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults: £25.00
Senior 65+: £15.00
Under 21: £15.00
Under 17: £12.00
Under 12: £5.00

Official coach travel details are as follows:
Departs: 12.30PM (Please arrive at the Pirelli Stadium at least 15 minutes before departure time)
Price per seat: £8.50
Expected return time: 6.30PM approximately

The easiest way to buy tickets and travel is online. Alternatively, Albion fans can purchase tickets over the phone (01283 565938) or in person by visiting the club shop during normal opening hours.

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