Pirelli Stadium, February 26, 3pm
BURTON’S current position just a point above the League Two relegation zone somewhat skewes their actual form this term.
But while they have up to seven games in hand over some of their rivals in the division, there is still some disappointment the Brewers have failed to make a stronger push towards the play–offs.
Win those seven games, and Burton would be in the top seven – but stringing that kind of run together seems unlikely, especially with the calendar so congested.
One win in the last six league games has raised worries the stay in the lower reaches might be stretched longer than hoped.
But that win came against leaders Chesterfield, who they have beaten three times this term.
RONNIE Moore knows all about tall striker Calvin Zola after managing him at Tranmere.
The Congolese forward has never quite backed up his awkwardness with goals.
But he has something to prove with Burton after being farmed out on loan by Crewe, despite being their leading scorer last term.
He got off to a great start with Burton by netting on his debut in the FA Cup against Burnley.
Zola started his career at Newcastle with a successful loan spell at Oldham following.