Derby County Under-23s will be hoping to get back to winning ways at Pride Park Stadium tonight as they face West Ham United in their final home game of the campaign.
The Under-23s will face the Hammers on Monday 15th April, 7pm kick off.
There will be free admission at the East Stand turnstiles from 6:30pm.
Darren Wassall’s side have two games remaining in their season and will be hoping to finish the campaign strongly.
It’s their last home fixture of the season before a trip to Tottenham Hotspur in the final game of the season at the end of April.
The Rams head into the game on the back of a defeat against Arsenal last week and Wassall will be expecting a response from his players.
West Ham, meanwhile, are fighting to stay in Premier League 2 – Division 1 so it’s set to be a tasty encounter at Pride Park Stadium.
Speaking ahead of the encounter, Pat Lyons said: “It’s always good to give the players the opportunity to play at Pride Park Stadium. We are looking to finish our home form strong and put in a good performance on Monday night.
“We don’t want to waste the season and not put a performance on so it’s important for us to make sure we are ready for a battle on Monday.”
Alex Babos added: “We want to finish on a high and as strong as possible. It would be disappointing for it to just fizzle out when we have a really good chance of finishing quite high in this league.
“The standard of the Premier League 2 is always very high and you see that when we go to the likes of Arsenal, Man City with the talent that they have got on show.
“For us, it is a massive compliment if we can get four or six points out of these last two. I think it really sends a statement out to the rest of the league for the years to come.”
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