Derby vs Wolves Live Streaming: Latest from Pride Park

Fourth meets sixth at Pride Park later as Derby take on Wolves live streaming in the big game in the Championship this weekend.

Both sides will head into the fixture in similar form with the Rams picking up 9 points from their last five games while Wolves have picked up 8 points during that same time period.

Last time out, Steve McClaren’s side beat Huddersfield 3-2 with Jordan Ibe, Johnny Russell and Simon Dawkins scoring the goals. The result kept the midlands outfit within touching distance of the top with just a point separating them from leaders Bournemouth.

Wolves meanwhile had the chance to go top midweek but missed it as they went down 2-1 to another promotion rival, Ipswich.

Despite the result, Kenny Jackett’s side stayed in the final play off place but with Norwich, Blackburn, Brentford and Charlton all breathing down their neck the club can ill-afford to make it three games without a win this Saturday.


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The ultra-competitive nature of the Championship means that no one side has yet to take control of the division and currently just 9 points separates 13th place Reading from the leaders.

With that in mind, both clubs will be keen on getting a result this weekend. Wolves will have to do so without Dave Edwards however.

The midfielder faces a spell on the sidelines after damaging knee ligaments against Ipswich.

Players from both clubs will wear black armbands ahead of the game in honour of Wolves legend Eddie Stuart.

The defender, a three time league winner and FA Cup winner, passed away during the week at the age of 83.

The South African born club legend, a former club captain, won titles in 1953/54, 1957/58 and 1958/59 with the club.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.