TWO tough away games this week have left Nigel Clough’s squad with knocks that may mean he needs to freshen the team up for Saturday when the Brewers face Fleetwood (kick off 3pm).
Albion earned a 1-1 draw at Shrewsbury and a 0-0 at Barnsley to make it five points from nine from three road trips.
Now the Brewers return to the Pirelli Stadium but nursing injuries.
Clough said: “There were a few knocks carried over from Saturday and a few more from last night. John Brayford felt his calf, Kyle McFadzean his groin, Marcus Harness came of with a tight calf, Will Miller and Scott Fraser got a couple of knocks and Stephen Quinn has been carrying a groin injury – so a lot of them have knocks.
“Liam Boyce will be fresh after playing 45 minutes, David Templeton will be as well. Ben Fox is now back in training, Damien McCrory is fit but Josh Clarke will be some time next week.
"But we have no midweek game next week so we will see who can get us through and get us a positive result and then rest for the next one.”