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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.