November 9, 2013



3 - 0

Sheff Wed


15:00 +00:00, November 9, 2013

Pride Park Stadium, England

Referee: D Webb

Eustace serving Rams ban

Team Stat Comparison

Derby County Sheffield Wednesday
Matches Played 42 42
Table Position 3 15
Points 75 50
Goal Difference 27 0
Goals for * 1.9 0.9
Goals against * 1.0 1.3
Last 5 W-W-L-W-L D-D-L-L-W
Last 5 home W-W-W-D-L D-L-W-W-W
Last 5 away W-L-L-D-L D-L-L-L-L
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Derby County | Sheffield Wednesday

Competition Stats

Derby County Sheffield Wednesday
Goals Chris Martin 18 Connor Wickham 8
Assists Craig Bryson 9
Yellows John Eustace 10 Miguel Angel Llera 8
Reds Chris Martin 1 Sam Hutchinson 1
Squads: Derby County | Sheffield Wednesday

Next Matches

Derby County Sheffield Wednesday
4/18 A: Doncaster Rovers 4/18 A: AFC Bournemouth
4/21 H: Barnsley 4/21 H: Charlton Athletic
4/26 H: Watford 4/26 H: Bolton Wanderers
5/3 A: Leeds United 5/3 A: Ipswich Town

Derby will be without the suspended John Eustace when Sheffield Wednesday visit Pride Park Stadium.

Eustace received his fifth yellow card of the campaign during the defeat at QPR last weekend and the midfielder must serve a one-match ban against the Owls.

Rams head coach Steve McClaren has options to fill the void left by Eustace, which could see Andre Wisdom utilised in a defensive midfield role, or alternatively, the former England boss could change his side's formation.

Midfielder Ben Davies (calf) is back in full training but Saturday will come too soon for Jeff Hendrick (ankle), Mark O'Brien (knee), James Bailey (knee) and Johnny Russell (broken leg), although the quartet have resumed training and could be available after the impending international break.

Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones could name an unchanged starting line-up.

The Owls tasted victory for the first time this season last week with a 5-2 win over Reading and Jones has no new injury or suspension worries.

Midfielder Jose Semedo sits out the last game of this three-match ban and midfielder David Prutton (ankle) remains sidelined, but otherwise Jones has a full-strength squad.

Loan pair Matty Fryatt and Connor Wickham have been given permission to play by their respective parent clubs Hull and Sunderland.