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An 85th-minute strike from substitute Richard Walker earned Burton a deserved point and ended Notts County's 100% home record.

The Magpies edged in front with their first effort on target when Karl Hawley raced on to a clever pass by Jamie Clapham and chipped over Artur Krysiak.

Burton equalised when Walker controlled the ball neatly in the box and turned to fire past Kasper Schmeichel.

And Burton's Jacques Maghoma almost won it but his late effort hit the post.

Close ending, it's always hard playing local derby matches and burton are equal to the points. It's a shame we didn't manage to secure the points, yet a draw isn't all that bad.


Ps. I'm a little late with updates here after just returning from my holiday and it's time to start the launch of this place.

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