Derby County boss Gary Rowett wants to see his side play with more "swagger" as they push for promotion to the Premier League. The Rams are fourth in the Sky Bet Championship table with 14 fixtures of the regular campaign to go. Rowett's men have lost only three of their past 25 league matches, though have won only one of their previous five outings.
Gary Rowett admits that Derby County face an "unpredictable" encounter with Leeds United on Wednesday night. The Rams take on their Yorkshire rivals at Pride Park Stadium in front of the live television cameras (7.45pm). Leeds are without a win in nine matches in all competitions - a run that saw Thomas Christiansen sacked as head coach. Paul Heckingbottom was brought in from Barnsley to replace Christiansen at the helm and has had two matches in charge so far.
Derby County manager Gary Rowett reckons this season's promotion race is a good advert for the Championship. The Rams are once again trying to reach the Premier League and with 14 games of the season to go, are in well in the hunt. While Wolverhampton Wanderers are riding high at the top of the table, the battle is on for the second automatic promotion spot. Derby, Cardiff City, Aston Villa, Fulham and even Bristol City will all still fancy their chances.
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Selecting a term
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