THE Brewers take on AFC Wimbledon at the Pirelli Stadium tomorrow (kick off 7.45pm) - get all the information you need with our match preview.
HEAD 2 HEAD
THIS fixture last season saw goals from Stephen Quinn, David Templeton and Liam Boyce and ended as a 3-0 win for the Brewers - with Quinn's volley arguably the pick of the bunch.
In the fixture played at Kingsmeadow, the Brewers secured three away points in a 2-0 win against the Dons with Jamie Allen and Templeton both getting on the score sheet.
In total, we have won four, drawn three and lost three of our games against AFC Wimbledon.
BREWERS TEAM NEWS
Albion have the same squad of 18 that travelled to the Fleetwood fixture last weekend, meaning Stephen Quinn (knee) is likely to miss out.
"I don't think Stephen Quinn is going to make it - we'll give him a go (in training) but it's more likely to be Saturday," said manager Nigel Clough.
"It should be the same squad but there might be a few changes, with the manner of the defeat on Saturday.
"Certainly that's an option. Liam Boyce might be pushing for a start, as might one or two others."
AFC WIMBLEDON NEWS
Wimbledon are on a winning run at the moment and have scored eight goals in their last three league games which were all victories.
Their weekend victory came in the 93rd minute, Terrell Thomas getting the only goal in a dramatic 1-0 win over Portsmouth at Kingsmeadow.
The Dons sit in 21st position on the league table and have played three more games than the Brewers.
Darren Handley will be the man in charge of Tuesday night’s match. He will be assisted by Lisa Rashid and Kevin Morris. This will be Handley’s first match back in League One after refereeing the Leasing.com Trophy match between Carlisle and Blackpool last week. He has given out 35 yellow cards and 3 red cards in his nine games this season.
Burton Albion fans can pay in cash at the turnstiles for Tuesday night's game at home to AFC Wimbledon.
The match, to be played on Tuesday, October 22 (7.45pm kick-off) is our first league game at the Pirelli Stadium in more than a month following the 0-0 draw with Coventry City.
Fans looking to make a late decision to attend the fixture can pay in cash at the turnstiles to access the UK Waterproofing Stand (Popside) or the Don Amott (West) Stand behind the goal.
Anyone wishing to sit in the Carling Stand must purchase a ticket.
Please note that prices will increase by £2 each on the day of the game on advanced prices.
Tomorrow’s match is available for Brewers’ fans to stream on iFollow Brewers!
HOW TO BUY A MATCH PASS
It's simple enough to buy a Match Pass! Simply click here - then click on "Buy A Video Match Pass". This will take you to log in to your account, and then into your payment details. Easy!
HOW TO WATCH THE STREAM
Once you have purchased your Match Pass, the easiest way to watch is through the official Burton Albion Club App, which is available on iOS devices from the App Store and Android from Google Play.
The App, which is available on mobiles and tablets, can be downloaded below:
Simply load the App up close to kick-off, log in to your account and click on the option that allows you to watch live.
If you are wanting to watch on a computer or laptop, head to the club website ahead of kick-off. Match Centre will have taken over the homepage, and there will be an option to "Watch Live".
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Good news, Junior Brewers! Burton Albion Community Trust are continuing their football sessions for children which takes place before every game at our Community Football Centre behind the UK Waterproofing Stand. Evening matches take place from 6.15pm to 7pm and are free for anyone with a match ticket.