Danny Cowley puts his 100 percent record as Portsmouth manager on the line as the Fratton Park outfit look to cement their place in the top-six following four consecutive victories under the former Lincoln boss. The top-two look beyond Pompey, so it's all about continuing their momentum heading into what should be a third successive play-off campaign.
Portsmouth, buoyed by their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after a 1-0 League One triumph versus Leam Richardson's Wigan Athletic. The only name on the scoresheet from Portsmouth was Andy Cannon with a strike in the 46th minute.
Their latest results show that quality has been evident in the Portsmouth backline. Pompey have given the opposition little, with the tally of goals that have flown into the back of their net over the course of their past six games standing at four goals conceded. We will just have to find out whether or not that trend will be sustained here.
A look at their previous results shows us that Portsmouth are unbeaten in the league by Burton Albion in their previous five games. They also have not been beaten in their last two league matches at home.
But Burton have proved tricky opponents since the return of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink back in January. The Brewers have slipped off the pace of late, though, but their Easter Monday victory over Swindon saw them take a giant step towards League One safety - opening up an eight-point gap in the process.
Burton Albion will come into the meeting after a 2-1 League One win in the defeat of Swindon Town in their most recent outing. For Burton Albion, goals were scored by Tom Hamer (26') and John Brayford (83'). Jack Payne (35') was the scorer for Swindon Town.
Jimmy Hasselbaink's Burton Albion have managed to stick the ball in the net a total of eight times throughout their latest six matches. The overall goals that have been scored against them during those matches adds up to six goals conceded.