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27 January 2020

Club News


27 January 2020

WITH the first of back-to-back away games for the Brewers this week, we travel to AFC Wimbledon tomorrow for a 7.45pm kick-off in south-west London. Our match preview will give you all the information you need to know.


Our first game against the Wombles this season was a 1-0 home win on the 22 October 2019. An unusual goal from David Templeton - unusual in that it wasn’t a screamer from outside the box - saw the Brewers clinch all three points at the Pirelli.

Burton Albion’s league meetings with the club date back to the 2011-12 season, when AFC Wimbledon first made it back to the Football League in their new guise. The Brewers have a good record against the Wombles, winning five, drawing three and losing three.

Notable meetings between the sides include a 6-2 victory for the Brewers on the 21 August 2012 at the Pirelli Stadium.


Brewers manager Nigel Clough says he is hopeful of having Kieran Wallace and Nathan Broadhead back, with Reece Hutchinson also making progress from injury:

“Kieran Wallace should be back this week, Reece Hutchinson is not far away and Nathan Broadhead could be back this week."


AFC Wimbledon come into the fixture from a ten-day break, following their Saturday off last weekend.

Their previous result was a 1-0 home win against Peterborough United, only their third game this calendar year. They have won seven points in their last six games, with two wins and a draw since a 1-0 loss to Tranmere Rovers on the 21 December 2019.


The man in the middle for tomorrow’s match will be John Busby. Running the lines will be Conor Farrell and Paul Lister, with the Fourth Official set to be Anthony Da Costa.

Busby has officiated the Brewers previously this season, during our 2-0 win over AFC Bournemouth in the Carabao Cup Third Round at the Pirelli Stadium. He has officiated 12 matches in League One this season, issuing 46 yellow cards, one of which was converted to a red, and also awarding two penalties.


Tickets go off sale from the Club Shop at the Pirelli Stadium at 11am tomorrow, but Brewers fans can still purchase tickets on the day of the game from AFC Wimbledon at no increase in price.

Fans can pay with cash on the gate when they arrive. Fans can also still book to travel on the official club coach, leaving the Pirelli Stadium at 2.30pm and arriving back at approximately 1.30am. The price per seat is £18.


Adults: £24

Over-65s and students with valid ID: £15

Under-18s: £10


Adults: £17

Over-65s and students with valid ID: £11

Under-18s: £4

Ambulant disabled fans pay the appropriate price for their age group, as per the above, with a carer free of charge.

IMPORTANT: checks will be in place on the day at Kingsmeadow and anybody who has purchased an age-related ticket will be asked for proof of age when entering the ground.

Failure to do so will result in the full adult price being charged.


Tomorrow’s match will be available to stream on iFollow Brewers, for those who are unable to make the long away trip down to London.

£10 will get you a live stream of the match, with full audio commentary and on-screen graphics, so that you can enjoy the game from the comfort of home and on the device of your choice. Click here for more information.

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