Our prediction for this League 1 match:
DW Stadium will host Saturday’s football game between Wigan Athletic and Burton Albion. The Latics look unstoppable at the moment, with the team winning each of their previous four league fixtures, and a win over Burton will see them move one step closer to securing the survival. Considering that Burton have already managed to avoid relegation to the League Two, we believe that punters can find value in betting on Wigan.
The Brewers failed to impress in a 1-0 loss to Lincoln, and it is more than obvious that they head into the season finale with the lack of motivation. In the first half of the season Wigan recorded a thrilling 4+3 win over Burton, which is yet another reason why we are tempted to put our money on the relegation-threatened hosts. A man to watch in the home team will be attacking midfielder Will Keane, who has found his goal-scoring touch of late.
Highlighted Player (Nathan Cameron):
Born in Birmingham, England, on November 21, 1991, Nathan Cameron is a professional footballer who plays for Macclesfield Town as a defender. Cameron is a product of the Coventry City football school, and he continued wearing the sky blue shirt at the senior level.
He made 48 appearances in the league for Coventry City, but he played for the likes of Nuneaton Town (loan), Northampton Town (loan), and Bury as well before joining Macclesfield Town. Nathan Cameron has one cap for the England U20 team, but he has yet to earn a call-up for the senior team.
The 188-cm-tall defender made his Macclesfield Town debut in the League two in a 2-0 loss to Milton Keynes Dons on November 17, 2018. His primary position is a centre-back, but he is capable of producing fine performances as a right-back as well. His preferred foot is right, and he wears the number 25 shirt at Macclesfield Town.
Highlighted Team (Burton):
Burton Albion are one of the four clubs that secure promotion to the Championship at the end of the 2015/2016 campaign. The Brewers welcome their rivals at Pirelli Stadium, the venue that was opened in 2005. The capacity of the stadium is 6,912, while the seating capacity of the venue is 2,034.
Burton Albion won the FA Trophy in 1987, with the team winning Football League Two in 2015. During the club’s non-League period, the Brewers’ local rivals were Nuneaton Borough, Tamworth, Stafford Rangers and Gresley Rovers, but while they were playing in the Football League the club’s rivals were Crewe, Port Vale, Notts County and Chesterfield.
Derby County are considered Burton Albion’s rivals as well, but the rivalry with the Rams is rather friendly. The colour of Burton Albion’s home kit is black and yellow, while they wear white and grey jerseys on the travels.