Burton boss Gary Rowett believes Saturday's Sky Bet League Two play-off semi-final against Southend is too close to call
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Adam McGurk fired Burton to Wembley as they edged out Southend in a dramatic Sky Bet League Two play-off semi-final.
McGurk's goal separated the sides after the first leg and Burton doubled their advantage early on through Marcus Holness, only for Phil Brown's Shrimpers to hit back through Ryan Leonard and Anthony Straker.
But former Aston Villa youngster McGurk slammed in his 12th goal of the season midway through the second half to make it 2-2 on the day and secure a 3-2 aggregate win and a final date with Fleetwood a week on Monday.
Southend have taken trialists Conor Clifford and Don Cowan on their pre-season trip to Spain.
Midfielder Clifford, 21, was released by Leicester at the end of last season, while 23-year-old striker Cowan has been without a club since leaving Dundee.
Congratulations to League One Crewe Alexandra, who have defeated Southend United of League Two 2-0 to win the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final at Wembley.
Southend boss Phil Brown led out his team at Wembley as they took on Crewe Alexandra in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final on Sunday - just weeks after he was controversially installed as manager at Roots Hall following the sacking of Paul Sturrock.
Southend had initially indicated they would allow Sturrock to return to lead the club for the game, as thanks to him for guiding them to Wembley. However, the controversial idea was rejected by Sturrock.
Brown did, however, allow his assistant Graham Coughlan the honour of standing alongside the Southend team during the national anthem, opting instead to stand in the technical area.
Southend United's Bilel Moshni says he's looking forward to Sunday's Johnstone Paint Trophy final against Crewe.
Southend's weekend match at Rochdale postponed and so they, er, sack Paul Sturrock as manager. Get me out of here!!
Phil Brown in at Southend? Shrimpers going from a manager with an orange office to a manager with an orange face. Feel for Sturrock.
The fact that Sturrock will be 'allowed' to play at being manager at Wembley doesn't make this any better. What a joke.