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Burton Albion vs Exeter City Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Port Vale

          Exeter City


          23.9%

          Por

          25.6%

          draw

          34.1%

          Exe

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Port Vale

          Exeter City


          39.1%

          Por

          37.8%

          combined

          36.4%

          Exe

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Port Vale

          Exeter City


          43.5%

          Por

          42.2%

          combined

          40.9%

          Exe

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Burton Albion vs Exeter City Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Burton Albion host Exeter City at the Pirelli Stadium this Saturday. The two sides are on the opposite ends of the table so the three points will be important for different things such as promotion for Exeter and survival for Burton.

          Burton sit 22nd in League One after five games. The Brewers have two draws and three losses leaving them on just two points. Burton have scored just two goals so far this season but have conceded eight giving them the joint worst goal difference in the league.

          The Brewers started their season with three back-to-back losses. The trip to Blackpool ended in a 2 - 0 loss due to a brace from Shayne Lavery in the first half. The first home game of the season for Burton was against Derby County where The Brewers lost 3 - 0. The visit to Shrewsbury, though ending in a loss, saw Burton score their first goal of the season. Tom Bayliss and Chey Dunkley put Shrewsbury into a 2 - 0 lead but Mason Bennett got on the scoresheet for The Brewers in the 97th minute. The first point of the season for Burton came in a goalless draw with Wycombe.

          The second point came in their most recent game against Bolton, Mark Helm scored for Burton to take the lead for the first time this season in the first half. However Dion Charles did equalise for Bolton early in the second half as the game ended in a 1 - 1 draw. Burton had no midweek game after they lost 2 - 0 to Leicester in the First Round of the League Cup.

          Exeter City currently sit second in the league just two points behind top of the league Oxford United. In five games Exeter have three wins, one draw and one loss leaving them on ten points from a possible 15.

          The Grecians opened their season away to Wycombe where goals from Jack Aitchison, Will Aimson and James Scott gave Exeter the 3 - 0 win. The first home game for Exeter was against Blackpool that ended in a 0 - 0 draw. The first Grecian loss of the season came away to Portsmouth due to a late goal from Colby Bishop giving Portsmouth the 1 - 0 win. Next came back-to-back wins for Exeter against Carlisle and Reading. Ryan Trevitt and Demetri Mitchell scored in the 2 - 0 win over Carlisle and Aimson and Reece Cole also scored in the 2 - 1 win over Reading.

          Exeter hosted Stevenage in the Second Round of the League Cup. Alex Hartridge scored early on to take the lead but an equaliser from Jordan Roberts sent the tie to penalties. The Grecians scored all five of their penalties to win 5 - 3.

          Burton and Exeter is not a common fixture, happening eight times with the first meeting coming back in 2012. The hosts have the upper hand with five wins in comparison to Exeter’s singular win, that came back in 2012. There have been two draws but the points haven’t been shared since 2014.

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          Burton Albion Team News

          Dino Maamria is still without Tom Hamer due to a broken toe but the other main injury worries have all returned. Sam Hughes has returned from an ankle injury and his centre back partner Jasper Moon has also returned from his leg injury.

          Exeter City Team News

          Gary Caldwell also has a couple of players out of contention this weekend. James Scott picked up a knee injury against Portsmouth and isn’t likely to be back this weekend. Harry Kite will also be unavailable, but all other players have a clean bill of health.

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