McFadzean spent three seasons with the Brewers, including two in the Championship, before moving to Coventry this summer on a free transfer.
The 32-year-old knows all about tomorrow’s hosts stating, “it’s a hard place to go as it’s a small tight ground with a good atmosphere but I am sure we can go there and get a result”.
Coventry are second in League One following a seven-game unbeaten run to start the campaign and could end the weekend top of the division.
McFadzean wants Coventry to kick on and improve their away form to assert themselves as genuine promotion contenders.
“We are winning our home games and getting draws away from home, which is a good sign but you still need away wins and we need to be looking at doing that sooner rather than later,” McFadzean asserted.
Saturday’s opposition Burton Albion will provide a stiff test for Mark Robins’ Sky Blues as the Brewers set about forming their own promotion challenge.
Burton could move into the play-offs with a win and are unbeaten in their past three matches.
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