Derby County are back on the road in Sky Bet League One this weekend when they travel to Bristol Rovers (3pm kick-off).

The Rams are looking to make it back-to-back wins after the comfortable 3-0 home victory over Port Vale last time out.

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

Team News

Defender Ryan Nyambe (quad) is facing a spell on the sidelines after picking up an injury in the home defeat to Charlton Athletic last month.

Goalkeeper Josh Vickers (quad) is progressing well on the road to recovery but is yet to return to full training with the squad.

Striker James Collins (knee) remains out of action after being sidelined in the 3-0 victory at Exeter City in February.

Striker Conor Washington (knee) is back on the grass but is yet to resume full training with the squad, having overcome a long-term ankle injury recently.

Defender Craig Forsyth (calf) returned to full training this week for the first time since early January but Saturday will come too soon for the defender.

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) returned to the grass for the first time this week after tearing his ACL back in September but remains a way off a return to full training.

Pre-Match Thoughts

Assistant Head Coach Richie Barker spoke to RamsTV to preview Saturday's trip to Bristol.

He said: "We all know that every point is going to be important now. There are a lot of twists and turns to come and what we can do is look after ourselves. I'm looking forward to it but there will be ups and downs and I think it may go to the last day."

Louie Sibley spoke to RamsTV ahead of this weekend's clash with the Gas.

He said: "We got a good result last weekend, but football comes again fast and we're on to Bristol now. We need to go there, start well and hopefully pick up a win. Last week is forgotten about now and hopefully we go there with another sell-out crowd and get that win."

Ticket Information

Derby's allocation of tickets for this weekend's fixture have sold out.

The Rams were handed an allocation of 1,348 tickets for the match and these have now completely sold out.

Those fans without a ticket are advised not to make the trip to Bristol, as they will be unable to gain access to the stadium.

Match Officials

Lee Swabey will referee Saturday's match between and he will be assisted by Thomas Staten and James Vallance.

Steven Plane has been appointed as Fourth Official.

Swabey has taken charge of 21 games so far this season including Derby's 1-0 home victory over Fleetwood Town way back in August.

He's distributed 90 yellow cards, two straight reds and awarded five penalties across those games.

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.