Derby could be without Jeff Hendrick when Yeovil visit the iPro Stadium.
Hendrick was forced off with an ankle injury after just 35 minutes of the 1-1 draw at Blackburn following a heavy challenge from Rovers winger Ben Marshall. Will Hughes replaced him on Saturday and the England Under-21 international is likely to be recalled in midfielder should Hendrick miss out.
On-loan Chelsea forward Patrick Bamford comes into head coach Steve McClaren's thoughts for a starting role after scoring from the bench for the second weekend running.
Tuesday night represents the final game of Michael Keane's loan spell from Manchester United. The Rams are keen to extend the centre-back's stay until the end of the season.
Yeovil have no fresh injury worries.
Gary Johnson's men looked to have come through their 2-0 FA Cup defeat to Southampton unscathed with Sam Hoskins and Liam Davis set to miss out once more.
Striker Hoskins underwent a groin operation and is a few weeks away from a return while left-back Davis' broken toe means Jamie McAllister looks set to continue at left-back against a Rams side who ran out 3-0 winners at Huish Park when the sides last met.
Ishmael Miller looks set to start alongside James Hayter upfront in his first league start since returning on loan from Nottingham Forest.