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Live Reporting

Matt Newsum

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodnight

    FT: Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Colin Kazim-Richards

    So, shared spoils, although as the last winners Nottingham Forest retain the Brian Clough Trophy against rivals Derby County.

    Colin Kazim-Richards' thunderbolt will be long-remembered amongst the Rams faithful, but the game probably won't.

    Let's hope it's the last one played behind closed doors too, it's not the same without fans.

    So, that's that. Tomorrow is another day, and a feast of football.

    Bournemouth-Watford tees us off early doors. Why not get amongst it?

    Until then, goodnight.

  2. Where does this leave them?

    FT: Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest


    Forest climb to 14th, Derby up to 17th.

    It's a point hard-earned for both, and perhaps they'll appreciate it more come the end of the season.

  3. 'We're disappointed not to win'

    FT: Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Joe Worrall

    Nottingham Forest captain Joe Worrall told Sky Sports:

    "We are disappointed not to have won it, but on the balance of the game we had so many chances, we crashed the box, the ball flashed across many times, we’ve got to gamble and take chances.

    "Everyone wants to win the derby but it’s a positive not to lose it. We’re more disappointed than Derby will be."

  4. Post update

    FT: Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Colin Fray

    BBC Radio Nottingham

    Forest undone by a late equaliser again on this ground.

  5. Post update

    FT: Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Well, that livened up a bit in the end didn't it?

    Both sides could have sneaked it at the back end of the game.

    Still, didn't quite feel like a proper derby, despite the occasional thudding challenge.


    Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Colin Kazim-Richards celebrates

    Colin Kazim-Richards' thumping effort earns Derby a share of the points in the 108th East Midlands derby with bitter rivals Nottingham Forest.

    James Garner had put the Reds ahead in the first half, against the run of play, and Forest then began to impose themselves.

    However, Kazim-Richards' moment of magic was worthy of such a rivalry, and set up a lively final few minutes at Pride Park.

  7. Post update

    Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Forest's Anthony Knockaert has a first-time volley from the edge of the box but it's well blocked. Time ticking down.

  8. Post update

    Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Free-kick into the Forest box is headed into the six-yard box where Colin Kazim-Richards is sniffing about, but his shot is turned over.

    Brice Samba claims the Forest corner. Filip Krovinovic is fouled by Nathan Byrne. Free-kick in midfield.

    Wayne Rooney makes his feelings known to the fourth official. He's not happy.


    Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Into added time now.

    Derby push forward, Patrick Roberts' through-ball just cut out.

  10. CLOSE!

    Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Derby could and perhaps should be in front.

    Lee Gregory arrived late on the edge of the box to attack a cut back from Patrick Roberts but it's wide.

    Then, Forest attack down the left, Lyle Taylor crosses to the back post and Filip Krovinovic guides it across goal, but it's blocked.

  11. Post update

    Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Forest's Anthony Knockaert comes close with a header, attacking Yuri Ribeiro's cross after a dart into the box, but it's wide.

    Can someone find a winner?

  12. GOAL: Derby 1-1 Nottm Forest

    Colin Kazim-Richards

    Bang. That's a belter. Derby are level.

    It all came from a scruffy ball up to the front man Colin Kazim-Richards, who controlled it and brought it down, before unfurling a dipping, ripper of a half-volley which whizzed over Brice Samba and in.

    Top quality goal. Big moment.

    Colin Kazim-Richards scores for Derby
  13. Post update

    Derby 0-1 Nottm Forest

    Free header for Tobias Figueiredo. Forest clip it in through Anthony Knockaert but the looper is gathered by Kelle Roos.

    Wayne Rooney will be going bananas after that.


    Derby 0-1 Nottm Forest

    Tell you what, just over eight minutes to go and a card finally appears.

    Andre Wisdom gets it, for clipping Forest's Filip Krovinovic after a slaloming run that moved in slow motion with slick, delicate footwork.

    Also, Luke Freeman off and Tyler Blackett is on for Forest.

  15. Post update

    Derby 0-1 Nottm Forest

    Naughty little clip from Anthony Knockaert in an innocuous position earns Derby a free-kick, and the Frenchman a shove from Jason Knight.

    The Rams can't make the free-kick count and only a desperate tackle on James Garner halts a Forest break.

    Quick ball forward wins a throw for the Rams. Lee Gregory gets a shot away on the edge of the box but it's blocked by James Garner.

  16. Post update

    Derby 0-1 Nottm Forest

    Key challenge by Max Bird as he slides in to rob Anthony Knockaert on the edge of the box as Forest raid again.

    Cheaply given away but recovered.

  17. Post update

    Derby 0-1 Nottm Forest

    Colin Kazim-Richards

    I wonder whether last July's derby outcome will be in the minds of Forest's players as the time creeps towards 90 minutes?

    Different boss, some different personnel of course, but it's a key example of how a game's not quite won til it's over.

    No Chris Martin for Derby, it'll have to be a different hero this time.


    Derby 0-1 Nottm Forest

    Derby bring on Patrick Roberts to try to wrest control in attack. Off comes Martyn Waghorn.

  19. Post update

    Derby 0-1 Nottm Forest

    Louie Sibley is everywhere for Derby at the moment, certainly leading by example in a bid to turn this game in his side's favour.

    He does well with Lee Buchanan to rob Anthony Knockaert, but the clearance is really poor and Luke Freeman is given chance to get a shot away but it's behind for a goal-kick.

  20. Post update

    Derby 0-1 Nottm Forest

    Luke Freeman bends a cross in from the left for Forest but it's too deep and Anthony Knockaert and Cyrus Christie recycle.

    They win a corner after the two again team up on a throw.

    Joe Worrall again attacks the set-piece, putting into the six-yard box, but Matt Clarke does brillantly to hook away.

    Forest turning the screw.