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22 April 2022

BURTON Albion travel to South-Yorkshire for the club’s final away match of the 2021/22 campaign to take on Doncaster Rovers at the Eco-Power Stadium (3pm kick-off).


The Brewers come into the game off the back of an impressive 2-0 home victory over promotion chasing Rotherham United on Tuesday. The win was also a fourth consecutive clean sheet Albion have kept in the league, having drawn the previous three games 0-0.

Doncaster welcome the Brewers after drawing their previous game 3-3 away at Shrewsbury last Monday night - coming from three goals down at the break to take a point with a last-minute equaliser. With Rovers currently 23rd in Sky Bet League One, anything other than a win for the home side will see them relegated to League Two for the first time since 2016/17.


The two sides share an identical record when it comes to competitive head-to-head fixtures with both sides earning four wins each and drawing the other four.

The last meeting between the two came in November 2021 in the reverse fixture at the Pirelli Stadium. The Brewers put on a dominant display and secured a 2-0 victory with goals from Tom O’Connor and Daniel Jebbison.


There a no fresh injury concerns for the Burton Albion side heading into the match, confirmed manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink today.

Harry Chapman is expected to shake off a dead leg suffered in Tuesday’s win over Rotherham United, while despite there being a few tired bodies, everybody that featured in our 2-0 win over Rotherham United should be available for selection.


Doncaster manager Gary McSheffrey confirmed there are a couple of illnesses throughout the squad since the last game and admits his side could be without Tommy Rowe for tomorrow’s match.


Will Finnie will be the referee for tomorrow’s fixture at Doncaster who will be assisted by David Avent and Chris Isherwood. The Fourth Official will be Wayne Grunnil.

Finnie has shown 76 yellow cards and four reds so far this season.


Tickets for tomorrow’s game are available to purchase on the gate tomorrow.   


As this game falls within the UEFA broadcasting restrictions window, it is not available to live stream in the UK and Ireland, but you can buy an audio-only pass for £2.50 with commentary from BBC Radio Derby. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE.

Fans based internationally will be able to live-stream the game as normal.

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