We look back at each match from the 2015-2016 season
A GLANCE BACK – GAME 45
Port Vale 0 Burton Albion 4
At Vale Park
March 2016thSaturday 19
Attendance: 6,157 including 858 visiting supporters.
minute strike and an own goal from Anthony Grant on the stroke of half time, and unlike the previous weekend, they never recovered. Mark Duffy extended the visitors’ lead four minutes into the second half to kill off any hopes of a Vale revival, and on the hour Callum Butcher added to Vale’s embarrassment when he added a fourth.thVale’s chances of finishing in the play-offs were severely dented as they fell to only their second home defeat of the season, with leaders Burton Albion edging that bit further to the League One title. Vale trailed by two goals at the interval thanks to Lucas Akins’ 34
PORT VALE: Remie Streete, Chris Birchall, Matty Kennedy, Michael Brown, Sam Kelly, Ryan Boot, Theo Robinson.SUBS:Jak Alnwick, Ben Purkiss, Carl Dickinson, Ryan McGivern, Richard Duffy, Michael O’Connor, Louis Dodds, Sam Foley, JJ Hooper, Byron Moore, Anthony Grant.
BURTON ALBION: Stephen Bywater, Shane Candsell-Sheriff, Callum Reilly, Robbie Weir, Marcus Myaers-Harness, Anthony Connor, Mason Bennett.SUBS: Jon McLaughlin, Phil Edwards, John Mousinho, Stuart Beavon, Lucas Akins, Callum Butcher, Damien McCrory, Tom Naylor, Mark Duffy, Tom Flanagan, Hamza Choudhury.
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