Derby County are looking to bounce back from Friday night's 1-0 defeat to Ipswich Town when they return to Pride Park Stadium take on Exeter City in Sky Bet League One action on Tuesday (7:45pm kick-off).


In the lead-up to the game getting underway, dcfc.co.uk has brought together all the key information you need to know…

RamsTV Live Stream

Supporters worldwide can watch the action unfold LIVE on RamsTV.

RamsTV match passes are available for£10 each and full streaming information can be found below.

Where can I watch the game?

You can watch RamsTV via dcfc.co.uk on a laptop or tablet device or through the Official Derby County App from theApple App Storeand Google Play Store.

How can I buy Pay-Per-View access?

Supporters who have watched live match coverage on RamsTV previously and wish to buy pay-per-view access need to log into their account on dcfc.co.uk to purchase a match pass. To purchase your match pass,please click here.

If you don’t have a website account you will need create an account, add your 8-digit Fan ID, Name, Address, Postcode, and a valid email address not already registered with an account. Then you will be able to purchase pay-per-view access on dcfc.co.uk.

Where is the game available?

The game will be available to watch worldwide.

How much does the game cost?

The League One fixture is available to view at the cost of £10 per match pass.

Is there anything I need to do ahead of watching the games?

The RamsTV Matchday Live Show begins half an hour before kick-off, at 7:15pm, to provide fans with comprehensive and unrivalled coverage.

Please ensure the following:

  • You know your email address and password registered with dcfc.co.uk
  • Your details are always up to date – this is how we will contact you with streaming information
  • You are logged into your account well in advance of kick-off, last minute queries may result in missing the start of the match
  • If you have forgotten your password,please click here

What about International Subscribers?

Overseas RamsTV subscribers that have purchased a monthly subscription package for the 2022/23 season are able watch this match as normal by logging in to their account.

What can I expect from the RamsTV Matchday Live Show?

The RamsTV Matchday Live show, amongst other things, includes the following:

  • 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
  • 30-minute pre-match show with interviews, exclusive features, and lively studio discussion
  • Expert half-time and post-match analysis

Is Audio Commentary Available?

Subscribers for access to live audio commentary, provided by BBC Radio Derby, will be able to listen to the game as normal.

Audio commentary subscriptions can be purchased by clicking here.

Got a question?

Head over to the FAQs section relating to RamsTV live streams by clicking here.

For any additional queries relating to login and account creation on dcfc.co.uk, please email [email protected]

Team News

Midfielder Jason Knight will be unavailable following the injury he picked up in the Papa Johns Trophy defeat to Manchester City Under-21s last Tuesday, with Paul Warne expecting the 21-year-old to be sidelined for around four weeks.

Defender Curtis Davies and wideman Tom Barkhuizen both picked up injuries against Ipswich Town on Friday evening and will be unavailable for the match with the Grecians.


Goalkeeper Joseph Anang continues to recover from the arm injury he suffered in August and remains out of action.


Striker James Collins will serve the last of his three game league ban following the red card he picked up against Port Vale earlier this month. He will be available for selection once again for Saturday's game with Bristol Rovers.

Warne's Words

Head Coach Paul Warne sat down with RamsTV to discuss the return to league action at Pride Park.

He said: "You can’t always guarantee results but you have to play in a way that excites people, so hopefully we can do that and if we could get back-to-back wins then it takes us on our travels full of confidence and hope."


From The Dressing Room

Goalkeeper Joe Wildsmith spoke to RamsTV and gave his thoughts on Tuesday's test.

He said: "The good thing about the result the other night at Ipswich is that we’ve got another game Tuesday to put it right.

"If players were to admit it, I think they’d prefer to play and keep playing than have a week off and train because players live for games.

"It’s a real good opportunity to create some momentum, get some results and get some points on the board."


Match Officials

Adam Herczeg has been appointed as the match referee for Tuesday evening's meeting with the Grecians.


He's taken charge of 10 fixtures so far this season, issuing 26 yellow cards and awarding one penalty.

Mark Jones and Christopher Ward will assist Herczeg on Tuesday whilst Steven Rushton will be on fourth official duty.

Ticket Information

There's still time to secure your seat for Saturday's game at Pride Park Stadium - but don't leave it until the last minute!


Ticket Prices

Behind Goal

£5 - Child (Age 6-12)

£10 - Junior (Age 13-17)

£15 - Young Adult (Age 18-21)

£20 - Adult (Age 22-64)

£15 - Senior (Age 65+)

FREE - Infants (Age 2-5)

Corner

£6 - Child (Age 6-12)

£12 - Junior (Age 13-17)

£18 - Young Adult (Age 18-21)

£24 - Adult (Age 22-64)

£18 - Senior (Age 65+)

FREE - Infants (Age 2-5)

Sideline

£7 - Child (Age 6-12)

£14 - Junior (Age 13-17)

£21 - Young Adult (Age 18-21)

£28 - Adult (Age 22-64)

£21 - Senior (Age 65+)

FREE - Infants (Age 2-5)

Please Note: Proof of age may be requested on entry for age-related concession tickets. Infants, Children and Juniors aged 2-15 must be accompanied by an individual aged 18+/Parent/Guardian. Disabled Supporters’ information is available by Clicking Here.

Off Sale Dates

Tickets will go off sale ONLINE two hours prior to kick off

Tickets will go off sale via TELEPHONE one hour prior to kick off

Tickets will go off sale IN-PERSON 15 minutes after kick off

How To Buy

Online(Subject to £1 per ticket Booking Fee and available up to TWO hours before kick-off)

Visit dcfc.co.uk and click ‘TICKETS’ then, under the ‘TICKETS’ section, click ‘HOME TICKETS’.

Use your Fan ID and password to log into the system. If there’s an issue, click the ‘forgot password’ link on the login page. If the issue persists, email[email protected].


Phone (Subject to £1 per ticket Booking Fee and available up to ONE hour before kick-off)

Call 0871 472 1884 * between 10am-4pm on Monday-Saturday and select Option 1. Ensure your contact details are readily available including Fan ID, Full Name, Full Address and Date of Birth.

Tickets can either be posted up to 72 hours before matchday and are subject to a £2 per Transaction Postage Fee or can collected from the Ticket Office, presented by Seat Geek, which is open 10am-4pm from Monday to Saturday and at least THREE hours before kick-off and up to half-time on home matchdays.

* 0871 numbers are charged at 13p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.

In Person (No Booking Fee)

The Ticket Office, presented by Seat Geek, is open from 10am-4pm between Monday and Saturday and at least THREE hours before kick-off and up to half-time on home matchdays.

For all other ticket-related enquiries, please contact: [email protected].

Matchday Programme

The Ram is back for its seventh league edition of the 2022/23 season on Tuesday night.

And what better way to savour the spine-tingling atmosphere once again than with a treasured copy of ‘The Ram’ in hand?

The club has teamed up with Ignition Publications to bring the programme back for the first time since the 2019/20 season and there is no more fitting accompaniment to a matchday than The Ram, which is packed with exclusive interviews, content, statistics and insight.

The A5-size 52-page perfect-bound editions will be available to purchase around the ground for £3, but you can also reserve every league edition from the campaign via a seasonal subscription with Ignition Publications, with details available below.

This weekend's edition of The Ram includes:

  • An in-depth interview with Craig Forsyth
  • A look back at October's fixtures so far
  • From the press bench with Derby Telegraph's Leigh Curtis
  • Background on Exeter City
  • The latest news from the Derby County Academy, including the Under-21s and Under-18s
  • A quick round-up of the latest Club and Ticketing news
  • A focus on the latest from Derby County Community Trust
  • A round-up of the latest Derby County Women news
  • The final word - from defender Eiran Cashin

Order Your Copy Of The Ram

You can pre-order your copy of The Ram, or subscribe for the season, from the club’s official publishing partners Ignition Sports Media by visiting ignitionsportsmedia.com/products/derby-county-full-season-subscription-2022-23