Derby County return to Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday evening when they make the trip south to take on Luton Town at Kenilworth Road (7:45pm kick-off).
Phillip Cocu’s side are unbeaten in their last seven matches in all competitions and the Rams will be looking to continue their impressive run of form against the Hatters and complete a seasonal double against their opponents, after running out 2-0 winners at Pride Park Stadium back in October.
dcfc.co.uk has gathered all the information you will need ahead of the game.
Manager Phillip Cocu has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Derby’s clash with the Hatters.
Cocu shuffled his pack for Friday's Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round tie at Northampton Town on Friday evening, making eight changes from the 1-0 victory over Hull City in the Sky Bet Championship just over a week ago.
Former Luton striker Jack Marriott made his comeback in the game against the Cobblers after a brief spell out of action with a minor muscle injury and is in contention once again.
The likes of Max Lowe, Tom Lawrence and Tom Huddlestone weren't in the squad for the Cup tie but are expected to return to the fold.
Midfielder Graeme Shinnie was an unused substitute on Friday after two months out with a hamstring injury and is likely to be in the matchday squad once again.
Krystian Bielik (knee), George Evans (calf) and Mason Bennett (ankle) remain sidelined although Evans and Bennett are making good progress in their rehabilitation work.
Speaking to RamsTV ahead of the clash with the Hatters, assistant manager Chris van der Weerden said: “We know in the Championship there is no easy game, because we have seen that so often.
“If you are at the top or at the bottom, it doesn’t mean anything in individual games.
“Last week you saw Stoke City win at West Bromwich Albion, so there is no easy game. West Bromwich Albion and Leeds United were 11 points up not so long ago, now it’s just a few points.
“The whole league is really tough. You can’t say we’ll win because Luton are bottom of the table, you have to work very hard for it.
“The momentum isn’t knocking at the door at Moor Farm asking to come in for a few months, you have to keep working incredibly hard to have it.”
More pre-match comments from Derby's assistant manager ahead of Tuesday night's game can be found across dcfc.co.uk and
also on RamsTV..
Derby will be supported by a sold-out away end at Kenilworth Road.
Derby were allocated 1,040 tickets for the game, however, they have now all been snapped up and Phillip Cocu’s side will be supported on by a sell-out away section.
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WHO’S THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE…
Andy Davies will take charge of Tuesday night's fixture at Kenilworth Road.
He has handed out 76 yellow cards from his 22 games across all competitions this season to date, while he has shown two red cards in the current campaign to date.
Tuesday's game will be Davies' first Derby fixture of the season so far, with his last Rams match being the 4-0 home win over Bolton Wanderers towards the end of last season
He will be assisted by Darren Blunden and Michael George on the lines, whilst Lloyd Wood has been appointed as the fourth official.