News – UK – Derby County team news and analysis ahead of Cardiff City game


Derby County’s up against Cardiff City tonight Wayne Rooney hopes his team can achieve another valuable championship result as he tries to keep safety and security and start building his Rams page for the future

Goalkeeper David Marshall doubts the CardiffCity Stadium game was replaced shortly before half-time in Friday’s draw against Nottingham Forest due to a back problem

Tom Lawrence sidelined The Welsh international has missed the Rams’ last 14 league games with an ankle injury

READ MORE: Here the Rams’ deputy manager Liam Rosenior offers an update from the treatment room

The main game on Sky Sports will be Reading’s home game against Blackburn Rovers Coverage of the main event and the soccer channels starts at 7:30 a.m.

The Rams against Cardiff can be watched shortly before kick-off at 7 p.m. via the red button on Sky

Beni Baningime has only played three minutes as a substitute since joining Derby County on loan from Everton

The 22-year-old midfielder resigned on the day of the transfer deadline, Jan. February joined the Rams and was one of five Loanees that arrived that day

Of the others, striker Lee Gregory has played in all six games (three starts, three substitute), George Edmundson played three games (two starts, one substitute), Teden Mengi two games (one start, one substitute) ) and Patrick Roberts four appearances (one start, three replacements)

When asked if there was a reason for Baningime’s limited minutes, deputy manager Liam Rosenior


Tom Lawrence is itching to be back in action, says Liam Rosenior, assistant manager of Derby County

Lawrence has been down since his ankle injury in the goalless draw with Stoke City on Dec. December from

The Welsh international has missed 14 league games and will be absent again when the Rams face Cardiff City on Tuesday night at Cardiff City Stadium

Lawrence has suffered a few setbacks on his way to recovery, but the 27-year-old forward is making good progress again, says Rosenior

Wayne Rooney may be tempted to make changes to his team in Derby County for today’s championship game against Cardiff City in South Wales

Rooney has shown that he’s not afraid to mess up team selections based on the opponent’s style and threats

He played in the away game against Wycombe Wanderers when he started with a physically more impressive four-goal Full-backs Nathan Byrne and Lee Buchanan made way for Teden Mengi and Craig Forsyth

Cardiff are tough opponents, a team full of confidence won by an undefeated run of nine games under new manager Mick McCarthy, the Bluebirds have won six and pulled three for 21 points out of the last 27, and they are aiming for one Top 6 place at

Her strengths include set-play threats and long throw-ins. Center-back Sean Morrison has headed a corner and a long throw-in in the last two games, while center-forward Kieffer Moore has scored 15 times for Cardiff this season, seven of them Times in the last nine games

Cardiff City will hope to get into this game in a clean state of health after the quick turnaround However, we can expect some changes

McCarthy named an unchanged XI against Middlesbrough for the fifth straight time, and the Bluebirds looked just a little leggy over the course of the game

But with Joe Ralls and Junior Hoilett restored to the bench in Teesside, McCarthy now has a strong roster to choose from and we’ve seen some rotation for the first time in a while

Lee Tomlin continues to improve his fitness after playing under the age of 23 for the third time in a row on Monday afternoon. First-team involvement won’t be too far off for him, but Tuesday night’s meeting with Derby will be too early / p>

Interestingly, both Max Watters and Ciaron Brown also played for the under 23s, so it is unlikely that they will face the Rams

Jordi Osei-Tutu is well on his way back to Cardiff next week after recovering from his terrible hamstring injury

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News – UK – News and analysis from the Derby County team ahead of the game in Cardiff City