Duo should be fit for Swans test

Derby manager Nigel Clough has no fresh injury worries ahead of the trip to Swansea, with Rob Hulse and Paul Connolly expected to be fit.

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Hulse: Should be fit

Hulse: Should be fit

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The Rams also have no suspensions but look likely to be without Kris Commons and Steven Davies.

Clough has been without Commons for the last three matches after he picked up a hamstring injury at Middlesbrough while Davies is also on his way back from a hamstring problem.

Hulse (groin) and Connolly (foot) should be fit after having injections last week.

Jake Buxton (groin) is still a few weeks away from a return but striker Chris Porter is close to rejoining training after a hip injury, which has kept him out for the past eight months.

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