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Derby County

Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Game 31: Wednesday 26 January 2005

Derby County 2 - 0 Leeds United
(Half-time: 0 - 0)
Crowd: 25648
Referee: P Taylor (Cheshunt)
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Match Facts
Derby County Team Leeds United
Lee Camp   Neil Sullivan
Tom Huddlestone   Gary Kelly
Pablo Mills   Frazer Richardson
Subbed - 17 minutes Richard Jackson   Danny Pugh Booked - 52 minutes
Jeff Kenna   Paul Butler
Subbed - 88 minutes Morten Bisgaard   Clarke Carlisle
Booked - 44 minutes Inigo Idiakez   Sean Gregan Booked - 18 minutes
Ian Taylor   Jermaine Wright Subbed - 75 minutes
Subbed - 80 minutes Booked - 62 minutes Marco Reich   David Healy
Goal - 64 minutes Tommy Smith   Julian Joachim Subbed - 65 minutes
Grzegorz Rasiak   Michael Ricketts Booked - 2 minutes Subbed - 69 minutes
Lee Grant   Paul Harrison
Sub - 17 minutes Michael Johnson   Simon Walton Sub - 75 minutes
Sub - 88 minutes Goal - 90 minutes Adam Bolder   Gylfi Einarsson
Junior   Leandre Griffit Sub - 65 minutes
Sub - 80 minutes Marcus Tudgay   Brian Deane Sub - 69 minutes
Match Reports
BBC Derby 2 - 0 Leeds
The Guardian Rams enjoy home improvement
The Independent Smith's dummy starts Leeds' downfall Rams see off Whites
The Sporting Life Derby 2 - 0 Leeds
The Times Smith and Bolder help Derby mend pride on home front
Yorkshire Evening Post United victims of Rams raiders

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Rams enjoy home improvement - Adrian Milledge

Copy from Football Unlimited of 27/01/2005.

Derby County last night overcame the homesickness that is threatening to sabotage their campaign for promotion by recording a victory that elevated them into the top six for the first time this season.

Their home record is the fourth worst in the Championship and a sequence of three successive defeats at Pride Park did not augur well for an encounter with opponents who had been victorious in their previous three away games.

History was also against George Burley's team: they had not beaten Leeds in 17 attempts since winning 2-1 at the Baseball Ground in 1987. For those in search of a favourable omen, Derby were promoted that season.

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