Derby County are back in Sky Bet League One action when they welcome Shrewsbury Town to Pride Park Stadium on Saturday (3pm kick-off).

The Rams are looking to make it three wins in a row following back-to-back victories against Cheltenham Town and Charlton Athletic in their previous two outings.

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

Team News

Winger Corey Blackett-Taylor missed the 1-0 victory at Charlton Athletic last weekend with a knock but could come back into contention.

Fellow winger Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (foot) was replaced in the first half at Charlton after suffering a nasty blow to his foot and will be assessed on Friday as to whether he is able to be involved this weekend or not.

Striker Conor Washington (ankle) is back on the grass after a long period out of action but Saturday is expected to come too soon for him.

Defender Craig Forsyth (calf) remains although it is hoped he will resume training at some stage this month.

Striker Martyn Waghorn (calf) remains out after suffering a setback in his rehabilitation.

Striker Tyreece John-Jules (hamstring) suffered a severe tear in the defeat against Reading last month that will keep him out of action for the rest of the season.

Long-term absentee Jake Rooney (knee) remains ruled out of action but is making good progress in his rehabilitation work.

Pre-Match Thoughts

Head Coach Paul Warne sat down with RamsTV to preview his side's return to Pride Park.

He said: "Paul Hurst has done a brilliant job at Shrewsbury before and they've got a good squad of players now. I know it will be a tough game, they always are. It will be nice to see him but nice to see him at 5pm, though!"

Defender Eiran Cashin spoke to RamsTV ahead of Saturday's match.

He said: "We always had our aims and our ambitions but to see yourself in the top two and realise if we keep going and keep working, then we could actually be up there. You start to see the rewards with it. The fact you can see it physically is a nice feeling and we want more of that."

Ticket Information

There's still time for you to secure your ticket for Saturday's match on home turf.

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)


£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)


£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.

Tickets are limited to one ticket per Fan ID and are non-refundable.

How To Buy

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

Visit 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 £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.

Match Officials

James Bell will officiate Saturday's match between the Rams and the Shrews.

Ian Cooper and Carl Fitch-Jackson will assist him whilst Sam Mulhall is on Fourth Official duties.

Bell has officiated 15 games so far this season with the majority of those coming in the Sky Bet Championship.

He's reffed just one game in Sky Bet League One so far this campaign and that was a Rams game, the 3-0 victory away at Burton Albion at the beginning of August.

Bell has handed out 61 yellow cards, no straight reds and awarded two penalties to date.

Matchday Programme

There is no more fitting accompaniment to a matchday than the club’s official programme.

The universally adored ‘The Ram’ is back once again to track Paul Warne’s side’s progress throughout the campaign.

Rammed with exclusive content and features, including insights from both Head Coach Warne and the dressing room, in-depth player interviews, opposition analysis, Derby County Women, an Academy round-up and historical dives, issues will be available for sale around the stadium - as always - with all sellers armed with contactless payments units.

If you can’t make every matchday this season though you can still make sure you keep your treasured collection up to date with a full season subscription.

This edition features:

* Exclusive interview with left-back Callum Elder

* Head Coach Paul Warne's exclusive pre-match thoughts

* A closer look at Shrewsbury Town and the test they'll pose

* A round-up of all the latest from Derby County women

* A review of the latest Academy news from Moor Farm

* A round-up of the news from Derby County Community Trust

* A chance to test your knowledge with The Ram's Matchday Quiz

* And much, much more!

The treasured A5-size 52-page perfect-bound issues will be produced to a schedule that allows for a first-class mail out on the Friday before a weekend fixture, with midweek editions despatched on the day of the game, but this is not a pre-event delivery service.

Order your copy by clicking here or pick up The Ram in-and-around Pride Park Stadium ahead of kick-off.

RamsTV Details

Domestic Streaming

This match is NOT available for live domestic streaming under the EFL’s streaming rights for the 2023/24 season.

The domestic market comprises United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man.

International Streaming

All Sky Bet League One matches may be streamed outside of the domestic market irrespective of whether they have been selected for broadcast.

This means that they will be available both on a Match-by-Match basis and for monthly subscribers.

To buy the match as a Match-by-Match fixture, for £10 per match, or to subscribe to RamsTV on a monthly basis for £19.99 per month, click here.

Audio Commentary

Live audio commentary, provided by BBC Radio Derby, is available online ONLY on

A monthly audio subscription pass is available for £5 per month and purchases can be made by clicking here.