Burton Albion  vs Swindon Town preview: How to watch, kick-off time, team news, predicted lineups and ones to watch
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Burton Albion host Swindon Town, with both sides looking for a vital three points. 

With the season nearly wrapped up, a slip up at this stage could end tragically, with neither side safe from the drop yet with hard games still to come. 

The Robins have had an inconsistent run of form in the turn of the year, leading to them being dragged into the relegation battle. 

On the other hand, The Brewers went on a great run of form when Jimmy Floyd Haselbaink took over, eventually winning six games on the bounce. However, since the streak was broken the hosts are without a win in four. Although they're unbeaten away from home under the Haselbaink and Dino Maamria

  • Team News

Josh Parker is available for selection again for Burton as he has now returned from international commitments with Antuiga & Barbuda

Jonathan Grounds is a major doubt for the visitors after he was subbed off after 20 minutes in the Good Friday defeat to Blackpool. He will join Ezekiel Fryers and Mathieu Braudry on the injury list.

  • Predicted Lineups

Burton Albion - 4-2-3-1

Garratt; Bostwick, Mancienne, Carter, Brayford; Clare, Smith; Akins, Rowe, Wallace; Hemmings

Swindon Town - 3-4-2-1

Camp; Odimayo, Grant, Iandolo; Caddis, Palmer, Payne, Thompson; Twine, Grant; Pitman. 

  • Ones to watch 

Brett Pitman - Swindon Town

In recent years, Swindon have had a thing for signing vetrans.

Brett Pitman is one of the latest, signing for them last season. He was joined by Lee Camp this January.

Pitman is the Robins' top scorer this campaign with nine goals. It doesn't seem a lot, but Swindon share the goals out quite fairly across their team. 

The poacher can be sure to cause chaos on his day snooping in and around the penalty area, and might cause a problem for young Burton defender Hayden Carter.

  • Previous meetings

Swindon beat Burton in a six goal thriller last time out 4-2. This was back in September. 

  • How to watch

Due to current restrictions in the UK, there will be no fans in attendance at Burton. The game is available to watch on iFollow where passes can be purchased via club websites. The kick-off is at 15:00 BST.