Derby v Leicester on TV

Derby's home npower Championship fixture against midlands rivals Leicester has been selected for television coverage.

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The Pride Park clash will still take place on Saturday, March 16, but will now kick off at the later time of 5.20pm and will be shown live on Sky Sports.

It will be the fourth successive league meeting between the two sides to be screened live.

Both of last season's matches were also broadcast, with Leicester winning 4-0 at home in October and 1-0 at Pride Park in February.

This season's reverse fixture at the King Power Stadium at the start of December again saw a comfortable home win for the Foxes as they triumphed 4-1 in front of the cameras.

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