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5 October 2018

THE Brewers travel to Adams Park on Saturday to face Wycombe Wanderers, hoping to return to winning ways and secure a first league victory on the road this season.


This will be the first League One meeting between the two sides, with all previous league meetings taking place in the fourth-tier. 

Wycombe won their first three meetings between the clubs, before the Brewers picked up their first win against the Chairboys in April 2013. Albion have won their last five games against Wycombe.

The side have only lost twice at Adams Park in their history.



Ben Turner, David Templeton and Kyle McFadzean are all doubts for the game.  Templeton and McFadzean picked up knocks in the defeat to Southend, while Turner only made the bench for the game, with his fitness to be assessed before the match at Adams Park.

Bradley Collins may also make the bench after returning to training from injury this week.



Wycombe have no fresh concerns ahead of the match after their 1-1 midweek draw with Fleetwood Town.



Charles Breakspear will referee the match on Saturday. He has issued six League One games this season. He has issued 15 yellow cards, one red card and awarded two penalties.



Brewers fans will be able to pay on the day for the game against Wycombe Wanderers.

Tickets are now off sale at the Pirelli Stadium. However, any Albion fans making the late decision to travel to Adams Park tomorrow, there will be a cash turnstile for away fans.

Supporters who need to pay by card can use ticket office 1. Ticket office 1 is open from 10am and cash turnstiles are open from 1.30pm.

Matchday ticket prices are as follows:

Adults (26-59): £22.00

Senior Citizens (60 and over): £19.00

Young adult (19-25): £17.00

Juniors (13-18): £13.00

12 and under: free

Ambulant disabled tickets are charged at the relevant price category and can be booked through Burton Albion. Wheelchair users must contact the Wycombe Wanderers ticket office.

Please note that a disabled patron is only entitled to a free carer’s ticket if they are of medium rate disability or above and proof must be provided.

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