For a second time already this season Derby County are looking to erase the memory of a painful away day. They did so earlier this month when a 5-0 home victory over Hull City followed a dismal display against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. Now, they face struggling Birmingham City at Pride Park Stadium on Saturday keen to put a 4-1 defeat by Bristol City behind them.
Derby County must change their mentality in away games - and quickly, according to Gary Rowett. The Rams have lost their last three fixtures on the road. They were thumped 4-1 by Bristol City on Saturday and fell 3-1 in their previous away game in the Championship. Sandwiched between was a 3-2 defeat at Barnsley in the Carabao Cup.
Derby County boss Gary Rowett said it was "absolutely puzzling" to see the players looking leggy in Saturday's Championship fixture against Bristol City. Rowett named a completely different XI to the one that started the Carabao Cup tie against Barnsley on the Tuesday. Bristol City made only three changes to the team that drew 3-3 with Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux the same night but they still managed to sweep Derby aside 4-1 and leave Rowett disappointed.
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