Derby County’s 2021/22 pre-season games programme will conclude with a short trip across the East Midlands on Sunday afternoon.
Wayne Rooney’s side will play their final pre-season friendly ahead of the new campaign at National League side Notts County (1pm kick-off).
The game will be the final opportunity for Rooney’s players to impress in a game situation ahead of next Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship season-opener at home to Huddersfield Town.
Their latest friendly came on Wednesday night as they recorded a 1-0 home win over Spanish side Real Betis at Pride Park Stadium, which was secured thanks to a late goal from midfielder Max Bird.
Youngster Louie Watson made his comeback from an ankle injury in the game and made an impact whilst on the pitch by setting up Bird’s goal.
Winger Kamil Jozwiak could make his first start of pre-season after being named as a substitute against Real Betis, after being given an extended break because of his international commitments with Poland at the UEFA European Championships.
Midfield pair Jason Knight (ankle) and Krystian Bielik (knee) are unavailable, while young right-back Kornell McDonald will also miss out due to injury.
Tickets for the game are now off sale and supporters with a ticket are advised NOT to make the journey to Meadow Lane.
Notts County have advised our supporters of the following information:
While government restrictions have been eased, the Magpies hope this advice will help everybody enjoy a safe and comfortable visit.
* No away tickets will be available from Meadow Lane on matchday
* Please note the stand, turnstile number, entrance, row and seat number displayed on your ticket and use the correct entry point
* Retain your ticket at all times
* Mask-wearing is advised in environments such as the club shop, toilets or concourse kiosks
* Please keep left on stairwells and follow one-way signage
* Sanitising stations are available, please feel free to help yourself
* Respect others when passing them in close proximity, such as when taking your seat
* Please don’t wait for players or staff in the car park after the match as autographs and photographs won’t be permitted
Concourse kiosks will be serving alcohol and open until after half-time.
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