Teams: Derby County, Burton Albion
Kevin Lisbie's hamstring injury could force Terry Westley into another rethink up front for Derby County's clash against Millwall.
The on-loan striker missed Saturday's thumping at Reading and is a major doubt to face the Lions at Pride Park.
Paul Peschisolido played as a lone front man against Reading but caretaker manager Westley has ruled out a repeat of the tactic this weekend and is looking at other options.
This could see Inigo Idiakez operating in a more advanced midfield role or even in attack.
Idiakez partnered Peschisolido in the FA Cup victory over Burnley, in which Peschisolido scored twice, and also in the defeat at Colchester.
And the Spaniard has played just behind Lisbie at times in the last two home matches. Both ended in wins against Burnley and Crystal Palace, with Idiakez grabbing three goals.
Another option for Westley is to change Tommy Smith's role but the player, a striker by trade, has been used in the wide midfield areas all season.
He last started a match in attack for Derby 14 months ago when he paired up with Grzegorz Rasiak in a home defeat by Sunderland.
Westley is keen for the players to shake off the bitter disappointment of what happened at Reading and go into the Millwall game on the front foot.
Derby are nine points ahead of Millwall who fill the third and final relegation spot with five matches remaining.
"We must have no fear, we must express ourselves," said Westley.
"Kevin Lisbie is still a big doubt. He is due to have treatment at Charlton all week and we will see him on Thursday if there is a chance of him being fit to face Millwall.
"There is a lot to think about this week, not least what the front line will be.
"We have to be attack-minded and so we might have to play more than one up there. I'll be keeping an eye on Kevin's fitness and looking at the options."
Defenders Marc Edworthy and Tomasz Hajto are in the treatment room. Edworthy has a calf strain and Hajto an Achilles tendon problem.
Bloody hell, typical that Lisbis gets injured, Smith up front is a good option but then who plays on the right of midfield, McIndoe, has gone over there a bit during games, but looks more comfortable on the left, Bisgaards been poor this season, dunno if Holmes can play on the right.
Otherwise give Ainsworth a start in front of the home fans, he was fighting a losing battle when he came on V Reading, and the other time he came on was for about 2 minutes, i think it's time too give him his chance.
Originally Posted by Nico
I dont belive in jinxing mate, I do belive in playing at home with a 2-0 advantage against a team which I cant see scoring 2 goals!
Of course, if we lose, I'll never admit it was me who wrote this.
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