Wigan Athletic will travel to The Pirelli Stadium in one of two late League One kick-offs tonight, in hopes of stretching their lead at the top of the table at the expense of 17th placed Burton Albion.
The Latics come into the match having won four out of their last five games, facing hosts who have just one win in their last five showings.
The Brewers will be boosted by their favourable home form, suffering just one defeat in their last five games at The Pirelli, and will be hoping that form will lean into their favour against strong opposition tonight.
Maamria also confirmed that midfielder Adlene Guedioura had left the club by mutual consent, citing personal reasons as the cause.
Burton: Kovar, Hughes, Brayford, Oshilaja, Hamer, Mancienne, Borthwick-Jackson, Kokolo, Powell, Saydee, Chapman
Wigan: Amos, Kerr, Whatmough, Watts, Darikwa, Power, Naylor, Bennett, Keane, Lang, Magennis
Ones to watch
Burton Albion have failed to score in any of their last three games. The last time they did, shock free-transfer Niasse scored twice in a 3-2 win over Fleetwood. With Burtons form in need of a kick, Niasse may well be eyeing up a chance to impress here.
Wigan are the heavy favourites for tonight's contest, and with four goals in his last five games, it would be wise to expect the former Manchester United man to come up big here again.
How to watch
The game will not be shown on national television, but willing viewers can purchase a streaming pass via both clubs websites to view their coverage of the game.