- Millwall 2-0 Burton Albion
Burton Albion travel to East London to face Millwall this evening in their second game of the Easter Weekend.
Burton drew with Oldham on Saturday and are still top of the league. Millwall meanwhile, are looking to come back from a defeat in their first game of the weekend.
Manager Nigel Clough says despite Millwall's topsy-turvy recent form, there will be no easy games to come as Burton enter their final eight games of the season.
Burton Albion will be hoping to extend their advantage at the top of League One over the chasing pack this weekend.
Nigel Clough's side are in good form having beaten Port Vale 4-0 last weekend.
They face Oldham in tomorrow's lunchtime kick-off.
Burton Albion's game away at Bradford City has also been called off today because of heavy rain in the North leading to a waterlogged pitch.
The club say a new date will be rearranged for this fixture.
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Burton Albion signing Timmy Thiele has spoken about his excitement at joining the club on a one year contract.
I’m happy to be here and I would like to give 100 per cent and I hope I can help the team."
“In England you play good football, very fast and it’s a good fight. I’m a fast player and I hope I can make a good contribution."
The German striker joins the Brewers from the reserve team of Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund and believes he can make a valuable contribution to the team.
I can shoot with both feet and I can also play on the right or left side, wherever I’m needed.”
“I’m happy to be here and I would like to give 100 per cent and I hope I can help the team. The team has already been great with me."