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We can win all 12 games left: Burton Albion skipper Lee Bell

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: March 07, 2014

QUICKLY OUT OF THE BLOCKS . . . Burton Albion could have been out of sight early on against Accrington Stanley according to skipper Lee Bell. Shane Cansdell-Sherriff (pictured) was prominent for the Brewers

QUICKLY OUT OF THE BLOCKS . . . Burton Albion could have been out of sight early on against Accrington Stanley according to skipper Lee Bell. Shane Cansdell-Sherriff (pictured) was prominent for the Brewers

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IT’S another big game tomorrow. Oxford know if they win they go above us.

I am expecting a good crowd down there.

But they will be wary of us – like all teams – and we go there full of confidence, and hopefully to pick up all three points.

They’re seen as a physical side.

Chesterfield and Rochdale are having a real go and trying to play football, with everyone else it’s what you expect from this division.

Big, strong teams who look to get the ball forward early.

In recent times teams have got most success in League Two playing like that.

Can we stand up to that? I think we are quite comfortable against that style of play.

We have got plenty of good footballers in this Burton team.

First and foremost you try to do the job asked by the manager.

But we have the talent and some of the players will go on to bigger things I’m sure.

It was a really important three points against Accrington Stanley the Saturday just gone.

I thought the win was fully deserved – we could have been out of sight within the first 15 minutes.

Almost as importantly, the performance was much better than what we have seen recently.

The couple of points we picked up beforehand now look even better given some of the other results.

It’s a bit of a cliché I know, but everyone is capable of beating everyone in this division.

It’s almost like there are no surprises when you look at the results on a Saturday.

Obviously you go into every game wanting to win.

If you take points off teams around you then great.

We want to win every game. The manager said on Saturday to go on now and see if we are good enough to gain automatic promotion.

The focus is on collecting as many points as we can – and I know we can win all 12.

The game are coming up thick and fast, with Portsmouth away in midweek and then Wimbledon at the Pirelli.

I am desperate to play. We’ve these games coming up and hopefully I will be needed.

I’m working hard in training and the manager knows I want to be involved – that’s blatantly obvious.

Hopefully we’ll get the three points today and then if I’m needed down at Portsmouth, in front of a big crowd, that would be fantastic.

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