Burton Albion travel to Norwich City tonight as they continue the search for that elusive away point in the Championship.
Nigel Clough's men will be looking to bounce back from Saturday's 5-0 thrashing by Leeds United with a result over a 17th-placed Norwich side still very much in transition under new head coach Daniel Farke.
Clough said in yesterday's press conference that he is hoping to frustrate Norwich, and is targeting a clean sheet against a side high in confidence following Saturday's 1-0 win over big-spending Birmingham City.
Luke Murphy is available following his absence from Elland Road and he is expected to slot straight into tonight's side.
Albion trio Sean Scannell, John Brayford and Stephen Warnock the Brewers' only fitness doubts, with Hope Akpan and long-term absentee Liam Boyce definitely missing out.
That's all from us tonight
We’ve brought you full live coverage of Burton’s 0-0 draw with Norwich at Carrow Road, as the Brewers picked up their first away point of the season, and clean sheet.
Stay tuned to burtonmail.co.uk/sport for more reaction from Norwich boss Daniel Farke and Albion midfielder Jamie Allen.
Before we go, here's some Nigel Clough reaction
Here's tonight's results from around the EFL
Those Championship results mean that the Brewers are out of the relegation zone tonight...
Norwich boss Daniel Farke has been reacting to tonight's result
We are disappointed. We wanted to win but started sloppily. We weren’t quick enough. We had two or three big chances. We needed to use them but didn’t. We have to live with the 0-0. The clean sheet is positive. In that area, we were really good. We were the better team but didn’t win the game. We have topics to work on, which we will.
Nigel Clough on Joe Allen's performance
He’s been dangerous tonight. It was a very mature midfield performance
Nigel Clough has been speaking to our colleagues at BBC Radio Derby
Targeting a clean sheet wasn’t a negative thing. They worked their socks off. Saturday took it out of them mentally.
Here's Joshua Murray's verdict on tonight's draw
What a result for Albion this evening
They repelled each Norwich attack and wouldn’t let them in. The defensive solidity was there to see in plain view tonight.
PICTURE: This man was immense tonight...
Here's my take on Burton's draw with Norwich this evening
It’s finished 0-0, and with that result the Brewers have earned their first away point, and clean sheet, of the campaign.
The Canaries huffed and puffed, but they couldn’t blow the Brewers down.
Albion had chances, too, but it was a thoroughly solid display from Burton after Saturday’s result, which is now firmly in the past.
90: Murphy blasts over
Buxton was booked just before...
90: Dyer gives it away
But Jerome gives it straight back! Brewers win a free-kick and will take an age to take it...
90: FOUR minutes odf added time
As Norwich waste another attack...
90: Brayford fizzes a free-kick in from the right
And it’s hooked behind for a Burton corner...
87: Maddison's shot blocked!
That was after some good work from Wildschut to get the ball in.
Wildschut’s shot from distance is blocked.
Backs against the wall for Albion.
84: Norwich double sub
Hoolahan and Oliveira make way for James Maddison and Cameron Jerome.
84: Norwich come forward again
With Mario Vrancic seeing his shot blocked for a corner by Kyle McFadzean.
83: It's played short to Allen
Who has a dig, but it’s easily saved by Angus Gunn.
82: Varney wins a corner
But clatters into Christoph Zimmerman, prompting outrage from the Norwich faithful.
80: Oliveira's shot is blocked
And it falls to sub Wildschut, who can’t quite make the connection.
79: Burton sub
Tom Flanagan comes on in place of Stephen Warnock.
PICTURE: Daniel Farke will be hoping his side make a breakthrough soon...
78: Norwich sub
Tom Trybull makes way for Yanic Wildschut.
77: Hoolahan tries another through-ball
But it’s well over-hit...
Jacob Murphy’s effort at the back stick hits the post! Brewers under the cosh now...
76: Murphy gets to the byline
But his shot is palmed away by Bywater.
75: Brewers' second sub of the evening
Sordell makes way for Lloyd Dyer.
74: It's Stiepermann's turn now
But his shot is dragged well wide.