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31 January 2020

BURTON Albion head to their second away match of the week as we face Rotherham United at the New York Stadium tomorrow (kick-off 3pm). Find out all you need to know in our preview here.

This is our second meeting with the Millers this season, following our unfortunate 1-0 defeat in the second home game of the season in August 2019. 


The Brewers have played Rotherham United in three different divisions, and also in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. However, it was not until the sixth meeting between the sides that the Brewers took three points; that first victory coming away on 8 October 2011. 

The most successful campaign against the Millers came in the 2016-17 season, where we took six points across our two meetings; a 2-1 home victory on the 3 December 2016, and a 2-1 away victory later that same month. 


Manager Nigel Clough has no new injury worries ahead of the game, and will evaluate Reece Hutchinson in training to see if the left-back can make the squad after three weeks out.

“We’re going to see how Reece is, he’s down to train this morning,” said Clough.

“Nathan Broadhead is back from Everton, we’re not sure if he’ll be up to going straight back in, but we’ll see.

“He’s been working hard there, they’ve got all his pre-season measurements on his hamstring and everything.

“We’re trying to get him back up to where he was in pre-season and hopefully he’ll be ready to go.

“Everyone else came through the other night okay.”


Rotherham currently sit top of the Sky Bet League One table on 50 points, leading jointly with Wycombe Wanderers but with a superior goal difference.

Their most recent match was a 1-0 victory at home to Ipswich Town. This win saw them leapfrog the Tractor Boys and take the lead spot in the table.

Rotherham manager Paul Warne offered the following injury update in his pre-match press conference:

"Billy (Jones) is coming closer but Robbo (Clark Robertson) is my major issue, apart from that, I think to this moment in time we have an otherwise clear bill of health."


The referee for tomorrow’s game will be Will Finnie, who will be assisted by Robert Atkin and Wade Smith, with Ian Dudley as Fourth Official.

Finnie has overseen 25 matches this season, of which five were in League One. During those games he awarded 19 yellow cards, with one being converted to red, and four penalties.

He last refereed the Brewers during our injury time loss to Peterborough United on the 23 November 2019.


Tickets can be purchased from the Pirelli Stadium until 4pm on Friday, at which point they will go off-sale. Tickets CAN be bought on the day (cash-only) from the Away Ticket Office at the New York Stadium, at the bracketed prices below.

Adults: £23.00 (£25.00)

Concessions: £13.00 (£15.00)*

Ambulant disabled: £13.00 (£15.00)

Juveniles (13-17): £8.00 (£9.00)

Junior (12 and under): £6.00 (£7.00)

Prices in brackets are on the day prices, should they be available.

*Concession tickets are classed as Seniors (60 and over), young adults (18-21), HM Armed Forces personnel and disabled supporters on the higher rate of DLA or enhanced PLP. 

Supporters buying disabled tickets are entitled to a free carer ticket and tickets are to be charged at £13 for adults or the relevant age band.

Rotherham United have five disabled parking spaces available for away fans which need to be pre-booked by 5pm the day before the game, issued on a first come first served basis at a charge of £5. 

These can be booked on 01709 827768.

Any visually impaired supporters who require a commentary headset will need to book through Rotherham United’s Disabled Liaison Officer on 01709 827768 or by email to There will be a £10 deposit which needs to be paid in cash upon collection, which will be returned when the set is returned at the end of the match.

Official club coach travel is also available for this fixture:

Date: Saturday, February 1, 2020

Departure time: 12.15pm

Price per seat: £13.00

Expected return time: 6.30pm


This game is not available for streaming domestically but you can buy an audio only pass for £2.50 by clicking here.

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