Derby County will look to build on their midweek victory over Wigan Athletic when they take on Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday at Pride Park Stadium, kick-off 3pm.

It will be the second of four consecutive home games for Frank Lampard’s side. Here dcfc.co.uk has gathered all the information you will need ahead of the clash with Steve Bruce’s side.

TEAM NEWS…

There are no new injury concerns for Frank Lampard. Tom Lawrence could make a return to action this side of the international break having been side-lined since the match against Ipswich.


However, Mason Mount and Craig Bryson will need until after the break to recover from their respective injuries.

WHAT THE BOSS HAD TO SAY…

Speaking to RamsTV, Lampard said: “There is a positive feeling around the training ground, around the stadium on Tuesday night.

“The reaction the players showed on Tuesday said a lot about them and us as a group, so we need to continue from there.

“We will make no mistake, even though we are pleased with Wigan and the three points, it is a completely different challenge on Saturday and we will have to be ready.

“It is going to be a very difficult game against a team that are in good form. Steve Bruce has seen an upturn in their performance. I watched them against Sheffield United in the derby and they competed really well in a tough match and they have moved up the table.”

HOW TO SECURE YOUR SEAT…

There is still time to secure your seat on Saturday afternoon at Pride Park!

The cheapest way to be amongst the action is by purchasing your ticket ahead of matchday.


However, pay on the day tickets are available and have been confirmed at the following prices*:

Adults: £33

Senior: £23

Under-18s: £18.50

2-12-year-olds: £11

*Prices are based on Category D & E seating.

The ‘Bring A Friend’ offer for this fixture ends 9am Saturday morning.

WHAT’S TO COME IN THE RAM…

The Ram sat down with an exclusive interview with Martyn Waghorn ahead of the clash at Pride Park Stadium.


Spanning six pages, we spoke to the forward about his motivation behind his football, his early days in South Shields and how he has settled in at Derby County.

As ever, The Ram will be jam-packed with news and features and retails at just £3 from around Pride Park Stadium.

THE LAST MEETING…

Sheffield Wednesday 1-2 Derby County

Saturday 24th November 2018


The Owls took the lead through Adam Reach as they looked to record their first home win in three months.

However, two Rams goals in six minutes denied Wednesday and sealed three points for Derby. Harry Wilson levelled the score after Jack Marriott’s initial effort was blocked.

Marriott then fired a left-footed shot home for the winner.

WHO’S THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE…

Keith Stroud will be the man in the middle at Pride Park Stadium on Saturday afternoon. He has officiated in 21 fixtures so far this season producing 72 yellow cards and is yet to show a straight red.


He has refereed one match involving the Rams so far this season, a goalless draw against Nottingham Forest at Pride Park.

Stroud will be assisted by Mark Pottage and John Flynn on the lines, whilst Peter Wright has been appointed as the fourth official.

HOW TO FOLLOW THE ACTION…

Saturday afternoon will see Colin Gibson joined LIVE in the RamsTV studio by former Derby stars Shane Nicholson and Michael Johnson. The trio will build-up the game with stats, clips, interviews and lively studio discussion from 2.30pm.


Supporters based outside of the UK and Republic of Ireland will then be able to watch every kick of the game (kick-off 3pm) with commentary from Jack Woodward and Marc Edworthy.

RamsTV’s coverage includes a multi-camera mix and instant replays, ensuring fans get the best view of all the action from Pride Park Stadium.

UK-based fans can access an audio stream for full live radio commentary of the game.

Pos Pld GD Pts
1 Chelsea U21 8 9 18
2 Derby County U21 8 7 17
3 Everton U21 8 5 13
4 Arsenal U23 8 2 13
5 Brighton and Hove Albion U21 8 4 12
6 Blackburn Rovers U21 8 3 10
7 Leicester City U21 8 0 10
8 Liverpool U23 8 -7 9
9 Tottenham Hotspur U23 8 -4 8
10 Wolverhampton Wanderers U21 8 -4 8
11 Southampton U21 8 -11 7
12 Manchester City U23 8 -4 5
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