Derby County are back on the road in the Sky Bet Championship for their latest midweek fixture when they head to Bristol City on Wednesday evening (7:45pm kick-off).
Phillip Cocu's side ended their long wait for an away win with an impressive 3-2 success at Swansea City on Saturday to hand the Rams a third straight win in all competitions.
dcfc.co.uk has gathered all the information you will need ahead of the game against Lee Johnson's side.
Manager Phillip Cocu has no fresh injury concerns going into the game at Ashton Gate.
The Derby boss made a double change early in the second half of Saturday's 3-2 win at Swansea with Curtis Davies and Graeme Shinnie entering the action and playing a key part in the victory, so the pair are now pushing to start against the Robins.
Left-back Max Lowe is available again after serving a three-match ban for his sending off in the Rams' fixture at Luton Town last month and Cocu must decide whether to restore the Academy graduate to the side or keep Craig Forsyth in the side.
Midfielder Tom Huddlestone is still out with a calf injury but it is hoped he will resume training in the near future after a fortnight out of action.
George Evans is also out with a calf injury but he is stepping up his workload as he edges nearer to a return to full training.
Krystian Bielik remains out of action with a long-term knee injury which he sustained last month.
Speaking to RamsTV ahead of the clash with the Robins, Specialist First Team Coach Twan Scheepers said: “The approach is the same for this game as for any other.
“In the last few away games, we were happy with how we played. However, there were some points where we have dropped points.
“We played more in terms of confidence and the way we want to play. We have created chances and we knew the away win would have to come because we believed that the victory was close.
“It came at Swansea and that gives us confidence to go to Bristol City and have the same approach again.”
He added: “Sometimes the luck can be more on our side and hopefully we will do it again. We will fight for it, just like we do every time.”
More pre-match comments from Derby's coach, and defender Andre Wisdom, can be found across dcfc.co.uk and
also on RamsTV..
Tickets for Derby’s midweek trip to Ashton Gate are still available to buy.
The Rams have been allocated 1,045 tickets for this fixture and tickets are on sale in advance until 12pm on the day of the game.
In addition, supporters are NOT able to purchase tickets on arrival at Ashton Gate.
Prices are as follows:
Seniors (65+): £29
Under 25s (22-24): £29
Under 22s (19-21): £26
Under 19s (12-18)*: £15
Under 12s (2-11)*: £10
* Supporters aged 13 and below must be accompanied by someone aged 18 or above
A £1 per ticket booking fee will be payable for all tickets purchased online or over the phone, while a £1 per transaction delivery fee will be payable if tickets are requested to be posted.
Supporters can buy their tickets from the Ticket Office at Pride Park Stadium by calling 0871 472 1884 (option 1) ^ or online right here on dcfc.co.uk.
To become an Away Membership Holder for the 2019/20 campaign and ensure you are in line to purchase away tickets first, visit: dcfc.co.uk/toptix/memberships.
^ Calls cost 13p per minute, plus your phone company's access charge.
The Roadrider will depart from Pride Park Stadium at 2pm on the day of the game.
Seats are priced as follows:
Away Members - Adults: £25 | Under-16s: £19
Non-Members - Adults: £30 | Under-16s: £23
All collections will be available from the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek. Derby County do not offer collections from away stadiums.
WHO’S THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE…
Geoff Eltringham will take charge of Wednesday night's Championship clash.
He has handed out 74 yellow cards from his 19 games across all competitions this season to date, while he has shown two red cards in the current campaign to date.
Eltringham oversaw Derby's 2-1 success at Huddersfield Town back in August as well as the 2-0 home win over Luton Town in October, making the midweek clash his third Rams fixture of the campaign.
He will be assisted by Timothy Wood and Rob Smith on the lines, whilst Sam Purkiss has been appointed as the fourth official.
WATCH THE GAME LIVE…Wednesday night's game is available to watch LIVE in the UK and across the globe on RamsTV.
Fans purchasing a pass to watch the game will also be entered into RamsTV’s February prize draw for the chance to win a signed Wayne Rooney shirt and full details can be found here.
With the fixture at Ashton Gate falling outside of the traditional Saturday 3pm kick-off slot, fans based in the UK and around the world will be able to stream the game on dcfc.co.uk or through the official Derby County app.
Starting from 7:15pm on Wednesday night, RamsTV’s Matchday Live show will provide fans with comprehensive and unrivalled coverage of the gams.
- The full match streamed LIVE and in HD
- A multi-camera mix covering all the action
- Instant and multi-angle replays
- Full match commentary with expert analysis
- Match graphics
- A full 30-minute pre-match show with interviews, exclusive features and lively studio discussion
- Expert half-time and post-match analysis
The game against Bristol City will be available to stream in the UK & Ireland for the one-off pay-per-view charge of £10, whcih is a price set by the EFL.
Fans based 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.
You can pre-purchase access to the game now by clicking here.
Here’s just a taster of the RamsTV Matchday Live experience...