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27 March 2015

We preview Monday night's game...

Burton Albion

Sky Bet League 2

Monday 30th March 2015

Pirelli Stadium, Princess Way, Burton on Trent, Staffs, DE13 0AR

Kick-off: 19:45

Ticket news:

Tickets are available on the day of the game, either seated or standing.  Seated tickets are available from the ticket office only whilst terrace tickets are to be bought on the turnstiles, cash only. 


Adult: £18

Over 65s/17-22: £16

U16s: £8


Adults: £15

Over 65s/17-22: £13

U16s: £5

If you can't make it to the game, then you can watch it live on Sky Sports in the Broadhall Suite. Find out more info by clicking the image below.

Next up at home is Tranmere Rovers on Good Friday for Retro Day! Find out more about the day and ticket info by clicking on the image below.

Team news:

As the game is on Monday night, the players have an extra few days rest and GW is hopeful that we should get some knocks back in that time. 

McAllister, Deacon, Calcutt, Charles and Marriott are all out but we have some good injury news in that Worley is getting closer to a return after playing 60 minutes for the U21s on Tuesday. 

Jack Jebb is also eligible to play after signing on loan earlier this week.

View from the dressing room:

GW says the squad have battled back against the odds in order to put the club in with a chance of promotion.

Ronnie says the team will be confident of getting a good result at Burton.

Sign into 
Boro Player to watch the full interviews with GW and Ronnie Henry ahead of the game. 

The story so far…

After losing out in the play-offs in their last two campaigns, Burton seem determined to go up automatically this time and they are right on track. Burton have been right at the top of the table all season long and have dealt with the loss of their previous gaffer, Gary Rowett terrifically well. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink came into the job with little experience in the Football League but the transition has been seamless as Burton continue to go strength to strength.

Recent form:

Last time we met:

Betting with Sky Bet:

Boro are heavy outsiders for the victory, priced at 3/1 with official league sponsors, Sky Bet. A £10 bet would win you £40 should Boro do the business on the night…

Our last two away games have ended in a draw and for the same again, it is 12/5.

Kevin Lisbie is yet to score for Boro but he is 8/1 to be first goalscorer on Monday, the value lies with Dean Parrett – he is a massive 25/1 to open the scoring!

Don't forget, for every pound you bet with Sky Bet, you’ll earn a Transfer Fund Token giving you a chance of winning £5,000 for yourself and £250,000 for us to spend on players in the Sky Bet Transfer Fund.

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