Derby County’s Under-23s will travel to West Ham United in their penultimate Premier League 2 - Division 1 fixture of the 2021/22 season on Bank Holiday Monday.

The Under-23s will take on the Hammers at their London Stadium home (7pm kick-off) and has brought together all the key information you need to know ahead of the game.

Team News...

Midfielder Connor Dixon was forced off in the first half of the Under-23s' 2-1 loss at Leicester City on Easter Friday with a hamstring injury and he remains out of action.

Goalkeeper Harrison Foulkes has been out of action with a hip problem recently but he has returned to training in recent days and could return to the squad.

Defender Max Bardell is sidelined for the rest of the season after undergoing surgery on his hamstring, although he is making good progress on the road to recovery.

The Season So Far...

Derby's Under-23s saw their relegation to Premier League 2 - Division 2 confirmed with a 2-1 loss at Leicester City last month.

Pat Lyons' side have fought strongly against the drop all season but, with several Under-23s players making the step up to the first-team squad over the season, it has been a challenge to pick up results owing to a youthful and threadbare squad.

Derby have picked up four wins, three draws and 17 defeats from their 24 outings this term, earning them a total of 15 points at the bottom of the table.

West Ham are second in the league table, with 14 wins from 25 matches, but it was the Rams that ran out 3-1 winners when the sides met at Loughborough University Stadium earlier in the season.

All the goals came in a thrilling second half as Derby's youngsters picked up their first win of the campaign.

Defender Max Bardell opened the scoring just after the hour mark with a header from a set piece, while striker Jack Stretton hit a quickfire second to put them in control.

Sonny Perkins pulled a goal with seven minutes remaining to make the Rams sweat, but Stretton lashed home a deflected effort from distance with the clock ticking down to confirm all three points.

Live Stream...

RamsTV is unable to stream the game live owing to a Premier League match taking place on Bank Holiday Monday.

Full match highlights from the Premier League 2 - Division 1 clash will appear online on following the match.

Ticket Information...

West Ham United have confirmed that fans can purchase tickets on the day at London Stadium, priced at £5 for Adults and £3 for Over-65s and Under-16s.

Full ticket information can be found by clicking here.