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Burton Albion go in search of a second consecutive Championship victory ahead of the upcoming international break as Sheffield Wednesday arrive at the Pirelli Stadium (3pm).

Albion got themselves off the mark with a 2-1 triumph over Birmingham City last Friday , before booking themselves a Carabao Cup third-round trip to Manchester United courtesy of the midweek win at Cardiff City.

The visiting Owls, meanwhile, also come into the game off the back of their first victory of the league season - and they will be targeting three more points as they seek to build the early foundations for a third successive promotion push.

Can the Brewers recreate their home triumph over Wednesday from 12 months ago?

Nigel Clough could be without several first-team players due to injury and suspension, although loan signings Sean Scannell and Joe Mason could both make their league debuts for Burton.

We'll have all the build-up and team news ahead of kick-off at the Pirelli, before bringing you the key moments and images as the Brewers look to end the first section of the season on a high.

To have your say, tweet us @BurtonAlbionBM, @JoshuaMurray and @RichardCusackBM.

That's all from us at SportMail

We’ve brought you full match action and reaction to today’s 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday.

Make sure you keep checking burtonmail.co.uk/sport for more Brewers analysis and reaction.

And as ever, have a great weekend Brewers fans!

Joe Mason celebrates with Matt Palmer
Joe Mason celebrates with Matt Palmer (Image: Richard Burley/Epic Action Imagery)

Here's the full reaction today's draw with the Owls from Brewers manager Nigel Clough

And what has Owls boss Carlos Carvalhal had to say about today's match?

I think we deserved much more than what we achieved today, absolutely. The way the players ran, played with heart and kept their discipline, they didn’t deserve to lose the points. We lost Westwood very early in the game and in my opinion it was a clear red card.

Here's some reaction from man of the hour Joe Mason

I couldn’t have dreamed of a better start for myself. Obviously we’d have liked to have won the game today, I thought we had enough chances to do it. But we’ll take the point. I did wan to come on today and get a goal. I thought there were chances in the game and I thought when I was coming on I would get a chance. Luckily I could take it.

Clough looking forward to a relaxed international break

When you go into a break on a loss, it affects the whole two weeks. Everybody goes into it on a downer, but to go into it on a three-game unbeaten run with the Man United game to look forward to in a few weeks, everybody is on a high for the next couple of weeks - and so they should be.

Nigel Clough praises Mason's instinct on the strike

I thought his finish today was something nobody can teach or coach, you either know where the goal is in that situation or don’t .

Here's Nigel Clough's take on Joe Mason's debut strike

It’s nice to have a goal-scorer on the bench - somebody who you can bring on and know is capable of a goal

That feeling when you score on your debut...

Joe Mason celebrates with Matt Palmer
Joe Mason celebrates with Matt Palmer (Image: Richard Burley/Epic Action Imagery)

Agree Brewers fans?

What a dream debut for Mason

Joshua Murray's on-the-whistle verdict from another fightback at the Pirelli

Awaiting both managers at the Pirelli

What will Carlos Carvalhal and Nigel Clough make of proceedings? We’ll find out shortly...

Another second-half fightback from the Brewers

Full-time! Burton 1-1 Wednesday

That’s all from an eventful second-half which saw Joe Mason come on and score within minutes of making his Albion debut.

Wednesday couldn’t reply despite bringing on the likes of Ross Wallace and Jordan Rhodes.

That’s three games unbeaten now for Burton, and there’s full match reaction to come from another dramatic day at the Pirelli.

90: Akins crosses but it's cleared away!

It’s backs-to-the-walls for the Owls!

90: Akins knocks down to Palmer

But his shot is tame and Wildsmith easily saves.

90: Wednesday can't string an attack together

They’re struggling to get out...

90: Four minutes of added time

Can the Brewers snatch a dramatic victory?

90: Palmer's free-kick comes in

Mason heads onto the back-post, but Flanagan can’t reach it!

89: Palmer swings the corner in

Turner heads it down but nobody is there!

89: Final Brewers sub

Sordell leaves the pitch to be replaced by Tom Flanagan.

88: Ross Wallace cuts inside and shoots!

But it’s blocked and Albion go up the other end and win a corner!

87: Backs to the wall for Albion

They’re doing their best to stop any Wednesday attacks from developing...

85: Big chance!

David Jones heads over after Buxton made a hash of his clearance! It fell kindly to him but he just couldn’t direct it on target!

84: Hunt picks the ball up in the area

But Turner is alert and manages to disposes him...

83: Turner plays a ball into Mason's feet

And he turns and shoots, but skies his effort. Great willingness to come and get the ball and shoot on the turn.

81: Buxton heads away Wallace's free-kick

But the danger isn’t clear yet...

81: Murphy blocks Reach's effort

And Joe Mason brings down an Owls player about halfway into the Brewers’ half...

PICTURE: Joe Mason slots home to mark his Brewers debut with a goal

Joe Mason in action for Burton Albion
Joe Mason in action for Burton Albion (Image: Richard Burley/Epic Action Imagery)

Today's attendance is 5,084

Great support on an August Saturday afternoon from both sets of fans...