Cywka in Rams squad for derby

Derby boss Nigel Clough will include new signing Tomasz Cywka in his squad for Saturday's East Midlands derby with rivals Leicester City.

Last Updated: 26/03/10 at 12:48

Clough: Will have new signing in squad

Clough: Will have new signing in squad

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The 21-year-old striker has joined on loan from Wigan for the rest of the season.

Dean Leacock could make his first start for over three months.

The former Fulham defender continued his comeback from a knee injury with another substitute appearance in midweek against QPR, where he replaced Nicky Hunt.

Steve Davies also got another half an hour under his belt against Rangers following a hamstring injury and the forward is in contention for a start.

Defender Miles Addison (foot) and winger Kris Commons (hamstring) are the only injury absentees.

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