There's just one live fixture in The Football League this weekend but it promises to be a real cracker as Derby County host Birmingham City in a Midlands derby on Saturday.
The npower Championship has been closely fought so far this season and that is exemplified with the position of these two sides.
The Rams sit 13th on 23 points, just five adrift of the Play-Off places, while Birmingham are 19th, on 20 points, two places above the drop zone but only a couple of wins away from the top 10.
A win for Birmingham in the 5.20pm kick-off would certainly lift the spirits at St Andrews and may see them climb up the standings, away from their current low position. Derby, meanwhile, will hope to move closer to the top six and perhaps ignite promotion ambitions.
On current form, there isn't a lot separating the two sides as both come into the match off the back of losses - Derby losing to Crystal Palace and Birmingham going down 3-2 at Hull City last time out.
The same can be said about historical form, too; the Rams have registered 39 wins over the years, while the Blues have secured 38 victories, with the 30 other meetings ending level.
One stand-out statistic, though, is that Derby have only registered one victory over their Midlands rivals since 1995, and that came last season at Pride Park.
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