It's been another dreadful start to the season for Burton Albion who play hosts to Bolton Wanderers at the Pirelli Stadium this weekend with the club finally getting a point on the board last time out.
The Brewers headed on the road to meet with Wycombe Wanderers last time out and are heading into this game having hit the target just two times in that game. They also conceded eight shots on target that game and now head into this one with just one point and one goal in the five games from all competitions this season, as they managed to lose to Shrewsbury Town with a goal from Mason Bennett in the 97th minute.
Burton have also lost to Blackpool 2-0 and Derby County 3-0 in the league, with the latter coming at home. Leicester City have also knocked them out of the EFL Cup first round with a 2-0 win at the Pirelli Stadium.
They are now sitting in dead last of League One with the fewest goals scored and the most goals let in - only Wycome, Barnsley and Leyton Orient have conceded more.
As for Bolton, they sit at the complete opposite end of the table with a fantastic start to the season coming to an end recently with a 4-0 battering from Wigan Athletic at the Toughsheet Community Stadium - Bolton let in three goals in the first half that day, two of which came inside the first 23 minutes.
Prior to this, however, the Wanderers did beat Fleetwood Town 3-1 and Cheltenham Town 3-0 on the road in League One. They also edged past Barrow 1-0 in an EFL Cup first round victory.
Bolton also managed to beat Lincoln City on the opening weekend with a 3-0 win thanks to goals from Jack Iredale and Victor Adeboyejo alongside and own goal.
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