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30 April 2022

Club News


30 April 2022

JIMMY Floyd Hasselbaink says his side will be fielding the strongest side for final game of the season at home to Wycombe Wanderers, despite the side having secured safety for another season in League One.

Albion have had a strong end to the season, with last week's loss at Doncaster the first time the Brewers have conceded in five matches. 

The Brewers Manager wants to see this continue right until the end of the season with Wycombe being the final game.

“We are not going to weaken the team; we are going to pick the players who deserve to play and the strongest team.

“We want the three points, we are competitors and when we are that we have to always try our hardest whatever the circumstances.

“Whatever game it is we have to go in and try to get the three points.

Wycombe come into the game looking for a crucial three points in order to try and fulfil their play-off hopes. Hasselbaink says he expects a very tough challenge from the Chairboys.

“They play a lot more football than at the beginning of the season, they pass the ball around a lot more after getting some players back in the midfield.

“They try to mix it up a lot more in the midfield, but we all know they have focal points up front such as Vokes and they are very good when crossing into the box.

That is one of their major strengths and we need to stop them crossing going in. Against Doncaster we did this, we played well until the penalty miss.”

The Manager also confirmed there are no new fresh injury concerns for Albion heading into this final game of the season.

“Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Danny Rowe had a small illness throughout the week, but both have trained with us and are all good now.


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