Derby County will return to Pride Park Stadium on Easter Monday to take on Queens Park Rangers, kick-off 3pm.

The Rams have been ruthless at home since the last international break, scoring ten goals while conceding just one. Frank Lampard’s side will be looking to continue that hot streak when they take on the R’s and here, have gathered all the information you will need ahead of the clash with John Eustace’s side.


There are no new injury concerns for Lampard heading into the Easter Monday clash. Duane Holmes is set to miss the match, having been sidelined for the Bolton Wanderers and Birmingham City game.

Scott Malone could be in contention to return to action afte he sustained a rib injury against Brentford at the start of the month.


“We can only focus on ourselves,” Lampard told RamsTV. “We have a game in hand on Boro and we play Bristol City so it’s so tight.

“You can’t count out anyone below us, even though the gap is slightly bigger at the moment. We firstly have to focus on QPR back at home and we need to rest and recover in preparation for that game.

“It’s easy to talk about it but we have to win games. We need to understand that other games around that, we can win or lose and so can they so there are four games in the Championship and that is a lot of football and a lot of twists and turns too.

“Monday is our only focus at the minute and we need to be ready for it.”


There is still time to secure you seat to watch the Rams take on the R’s at Pride Park.

The cheapest way to catch all the action is by purchasing your tickets ahead of the game, however, matchday ticket prices have been confirmed.

Pay on the day prices are available from 10am on Monday at the following prices*:

Adult: £29

Senior: £21

Under-18s: £17

2-12-year-olds: £10.50

*Prices are based on Category D & E seating.

£1 per ticket booking fee is charged for tickets purchased online or over the telephone. £1 per transaction postage charge applies for all posted tickets.


The Ram sat down for an exclusive interview with Club Captain Curtis Davies ahead of the clash at Pride Park Stadium.

Spanning six pages, we spoke to the centre-back about his recovery from his season-ending injury, being a leader to the team off the pitch and how he has taken his mind off the disappointment of missing the season by gaining media experience.

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


Queens Park Rangers 1-1 Derby County

Saturday 6th October 2018

Jack Marriott marked his first Sky Bet Championship start with a goal at Loftus Road to put the Rams ahead in the first-half. Bradley Johnson’s long ball caused defensive confusion for the Rs ad allowed Marriott to fire in the opening goal.

Nahki Wells struck the cross bar before crossing in to Geoff Cameron to score from 10 yards and earn a share of the points.


David Webb will be the man in the middle at Pride Park on Easter Monday. Webb has refereed 32 matches this season, producing 94 yellow cards and four straight red cards.

He has officiated three Sky Bet Championship fixtures involving the Rams this season, their 2-0 home victory over Preston North End, the reverse fixture of the QPR game - a 1-1 draw as Loftus Road and the thrilling 4-3 victory over Norwich City at Carrow Road.

Webb will be assisted by Mark Russell and John Flynn on the lines, whilst Carl Boyeson has been appointed as the fourth official.


Fans in the UK and across the world will be able to watch Derby’s Sky Bet Championship clash against QPR on Easter Monday LIVE on RamsTV.

Streamed in HD and featuring a multi-camera mix with instant replays, full match commentary, as well as pre-match, half time and full time analysis - RamsTV’s Matchday Live show starts from 2.30pm and will offer fans the very best coverage of the game at Pride Park Stadium.

Fans based in the UK & Ireland will be able to stream the game LIVE on, and through the official DCFC App, for the one-off payment of just £10 - which is a price set by the EFL. Streaming options can be found here.

Fans outside of the UK will be able to stream the game as part of their RamsTV subscription or for the usual one-off pay-per-view price of £5.