Capital One Cup: Burton Albion v Fulham match preview
A look ahead to tonight’s Capital One Cup second round fixture at the Pirelli Stadium
Tuesday 27 August 2013
League Two side Burton Albion welcome Fulham to the Pirelli Stadium after securing a draw there on Saturday with two late goals. Goal-scorer Michael Symes may be handed a start after coming on as a substitute in the draw with Bury.
Fulham will look to rotate their squad ahead of their Premier League encounter with Newcastle United on Saturday, with Hugo Rodallega expected to get the nod to start up-front as Maarten Stekelenburg and Kieran Richardson sit out the match through injury.
KICK-OFF: Tuesday, 7.45pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS…
The two sides have never previously met.
Burton have never played a League Cup tie at home.
Fulham have lost four of their previous five League Cup matches.
Burton Albion to win: 6.6
Fulham to win: 1.61
TV: Highlights on BBC1, Wednesday at 11.35pm
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