Derby County return to Sky Bet League One action on Saturday afternoon when they travel to Hertfordshire to take on Stevenage (3pm kick-off).
The Rams go into the game looking to build on their convincing 2-0 home victory over Exeter City in midweek which saw Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and Conor Washington both back among the goals.
In the lead-up to the game getting underway, dcfc.co.uk has brought together all the key information you need to know...
Rams Team News
Right-sider Joe Ward (heel) and Callum Elder (hernia) have almost two weeks of full training and match minutes for the Under-21s under their belts and therefore could return to the fold.
Midfielder Liam Thompson (quad) is progressing well in his recovery but is still a number of weeks away from a return to training.
Tyreece John-Jules (quad) remains out for Saturday's trip to Stevenage but is edging closer to returning to training with the squad.
Defender Jake Rooney (knee) has undergone surgery on his damaged ACL and will be out of action for a lengthy period of time.
On loan Sunderland midfielder Elliot Embleton has returned to his parent club after injuring his quad in training last month and, after undergoing surgery, is to be out of action for several months.
Head Coach Paul Warne spoke to RamsTV to preview Saturday's trip to Stevenage.
He said: "I know how good they will be at attacking set-pieces and stuff like that. I know how hard they work and they've done really well at the start of this season.
"They will want to beat us and they will want to beat Derby County. Every away game is tough but this will be a real extreme test."
Winger Nathaniel Mendez-Laing sat down with RamsTV after scoring his first goal of the season against Exeter CIty on Tuesday evening and previewed another tough test on the road.
He said: "It will be a very physical game and we know that. We'll do some clips on them but we expect a very physical game, a tough game, the same as Tuesday night.
"Hopefully we've turned a bit of a corner and we can live off of that performance and take it into Saturday."
Derby's allocation of tickets for Saturday's game have sold out.
Derby were handed a total allocation of 1,392 tickets for the match and these have now completely sold out. No further tickets will be made available.
Those fans without a ticket are advised not to make the trip to Stevenage, as they will be unable to gain access to the stadium.
Thomas Kirk will take charge of Saturday's game at the Lamex Stadium.
Stuart Butler and Adrian Tranter will assist him whilst Stephen Brown is on Fourth Official duties.
Kirk will officiate his 11th game of the season this weekend. Up to now he's distributed 47 yellow cards, one red card and awarded one penalty.
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