News – UK – Jack Marriott latest and predicted teams ahead of Derby vs. Forest clash


The striker, who was on loan from Derby County through the end of the season, has been out of the show since joining Coventry City last month

Neil Thompson, the caretaker’s manager on Wednesday, has refused to reveal the details behind Marriott’s prolonged absence despite admitting it was not injury-related, but Thompson has confirmed that the 26-year-old will be back this week fully trained

Derby County will face rivals Nottingham Forest on Friday night, who have won six of their last eight games

The Rams have beaten Bournemouth, Queens Park Rangers, Bristol City, Middlesbrough, Wycombe Wanderers and Huddersfield Town

The team from the bottom three to 18 have these 18 points and got eight points above the relegation places

When asked if players are getting used to the feeling of winning games, manager Wayne Rooney said, “I think you can see a huge difference between players in terms of the energy they put into it each day Training and bringing pitch into training

Wayne Rooney says Derby County’s January window transfer deal made a huge difference to its options

The Rams brought in five loans from defenders George Edmundson and Teden Mengi, striker Lee Gregory, winger Patrick Roberts and midfielder Beni Baningime

“I think the only thing that January did was give me a squad rather than a starting XI It has given me a roster from which I can choose players, whether this comes from the bench and still poses a threat or whether that is supposed to start the game, “said Rooney

Rooney has shown that he’s not afraid to take advantage of options available to him in terms of staffing and training, and he has options when it comes to team selection to play against Nottingham at Pride Park Stadium on Friday night To compete for Forest

The game on Tuesday the 16th March, was scheduled for 7:45 a.m., but now starts at 7 p.m.

The second East Midlands Derby of the season between Derby County and Nottingham Forest is almost here

But under their new managers Wayne Rooney and Chris Hughton, both have reached the championship table in the past few weeks

Sarah Clapson, Forest writer for our sister site NottinghamshireLive, rates the team Hughton could name for the big game:

Derby County boss Wayne Rooney got his first glimpse of the East Midlands showdown as manager on Friday night as the Rams take on rivals Nottingham Forest at Pride Park Stadium

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News – UK – Jack Marriott’s latest and predicted teams ahead of Derby-Forest clash