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Summary

  1. Bent header levels for Derby
  2. Barry Bannan gives Wednesday lead
  3. Derby already in the play-offs
  4. Sheff Wed need three more points for top six finish

Live Reporting

By Phil Shepka

All times stated are UK

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  1. FT: Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Well that's your lot for this match.

    Darren Bent, a man barely involved for Derby this season, bagged the goal that keeps the play-off race slightly interesting.

    Keep your eye on the BBC Sport website for all your latest football news and live scores, and until next time, goodbye.

  2. FT: Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    So here's what it does to the Championship play-off picture. If Cardiff lose against Bolton today, Sheffield Wednesday will be confirmed as the final team in the play-offs.

    If Cardiff win, that could make next week's match between the two sides very interesting.

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  3. FT: Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Derby goalscorer Darren Bent on Sky Sports: "For me personally it's been hard but the boys have been fantastic. 

    "You don't want to lose any games and it's all about momentum going into the play-offs."

    Darren Bent's goal was only his third of the season.

  4. FT: Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Sheffield Wednesday goalscorer Barry Bannan on Sky Sports: "It was a good game, two good teams going head-to-head and I think a draw is a fair result.

    "I've missed a lot of chances this season and I was saying before the game I was due a goal and luckily I got it."

  5. FULL-TIME

    Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Derby midfielder Craig Bryson shows superb technique to volley towards goal, but his effort is straight at Keiren Westwood and that's the final action of a quite entertaining second half.

  6. YELLOW CARD

    Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Of course, another yellow card...

    This time it's Sheffield Wednesday right-back Daniel Pudil for hauling down Cyrus Christie.

  7. Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    The ball has barely left the middle of the park in this injury time, can we find a winner in the extra five minutes?

  8. Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    How long does Nick Blackman want? Johnny Russell's cross into the area finds the Derby substitute, but he takes an age to decide what he wants to do, and Keiren Westwood comes out of his goal to clear the danger.

    Derby have had their chances, that's for sure.

  9. YELLOW CARD

    Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Another yellow card. This game is getting a little silly now. Sheffield Wednesday winger Jeremy Helan has only been on the pitch a few minutes but he dives into a challenge and Lee Mason has no option but to show a yellow.

  10. Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Derby allow a corner to go all the way across their penalty area and it finds Sheffield Wednesday captain Glenn Loovens, but he skies one over the bar.

  11. SUBSTITUTION

    Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Sheffield Wednesday make their final change as Fernando Forestieri, on a yellow card, is brought off in place of Jeremy Helan. Are the Owls happy to settle for a point?

  12. GOAL (Bent)

    Derby 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Well that's what you call an instant impact! Barely a minute after coming onto the pitch, Darren Bent finds the back of the net.

    It comes after Johnny Russell evades three pretty weak challenges on the left and crosses the ball into the back post, where Bent nods past Keiren Westwood for his third goal of the season.

    You can hear the cheers in south Wales from here.

  13. YELLOW CARD

    Derby 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    I'm using this yellow card function quite a bit. Now Derby midfielder Jacob Butterfield goes into the book for a late tackle.

    Butterfield is immediately taken off by Darren Wassall along with Tom Ince, with Darren Bent and Nick Blackman coming on. Definite change of shape coming up here.

  14. YELLOW CARD

    Derby 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Fernando Forestieri, who walked into the ground today wearing a shirt making fun of his recent spate of receiving cards from referees, gets a card from today's referee Lee Mason.

    The Sheffield Wednesday striker pulls back Richard Keogh in the Derby half and is cautioned. Needless.

  15. YELLOW CARD

    Derby 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    A fourth booking for Derby as Lucas Joao skips past Richard Keogh, and the Rams defender brings him down on the left side of the area.

    From the resulting free-kick, Fernando Forestieri curls one towards goal when everyone was expecting a cross and clips the top of the bar.

  16. Derby 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Will Hughes had not started a game for Derby since the opening day of the season, and he can't last the 90 minutes as he is replaced by Jamie Hanson.

    Meanwhile, one I missed earlier, Derby striker Chris Martin was booked for a challenge on Glenn Loovens. I have no idea if it was deserved or not.

  17. SUBSTITUTION

    Derby 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Gary Hooper, who took a kick when playing that ball back to Barry Bannan, is replaced by big man Lucas Joao in the Sheffield Wednesday front line.

    Could they be bringing him on to help hold up play?

  18. Derby 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Why is it that goals which hit the underside of the bar before going in always look better than just your average goal?

    If the score stays the same, Sheffield Wednesday would move nine points clear of Cardiff, who have only three games left to play and a side the Owls have a superior goal difference over.

  19. GOAL (Bannan)

    Derby 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

    Barry Bannan has put Sheffield Wednesday on the verge of securing a play-off place with an absolute beauty of a goal.

    The midfielder plays a one-two with Gary Hooper before curling in a fine effort from 30 yards, which hits the underside of the bar before going over the line.

  20. SUBSTITUTION

    Derby 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday

    Sheffield Wednesday are making a change and Marco Matias, scorer of the Football League's goal of the year for his strike against Leeds, comes on in place of Aiden McGeady, who quite frankly has barely been involved.