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Derby’s challenging start to the new campaign is set to get much tougher in the coming weeks as the club announced on Wednesday night that they are in talks with the EFL regarding a potential nine-point deduction for breaching financial fair play rules.

The Rams, who currently sit 16th in the Championship with seven points from their first seven games, could see their points tally reduced to minus figures which would also see them plummet to the foot of the table.

No timescale has been put on the final decision at present and Wayne Rooney will be keen for his players to remain focussed on their next task in hand against Stoke this weekend.

Derby head into Saturday’s game after securing a goalless draw away at West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night. Rooney criticised West Brom’s uncompromising style of football, but nevertheless was pleased to have picked up a point at the Hawthorns.

The Rams have a poor record in recent seasons against the Potters, having won only one of their last eight meetings against them, a 4-0 victory at Pride Park in January 2020.

Derby have also won just one of their last 14 Championship games, with each of their last four home fixtures ending in a draw. With an impeding points deduction on the horizon, a much-needed upturn in form is required for Rooney’s men.

Stoke’s 100% start at the bet365 Stadium came to an end on Wednesday night, when they played out a fiery 1-1 draw against Barnsley

After Sam Surridge opened the scoring in the 17th minute, a stunning free kick from Cauley Woodrow drew the Tykes level seven minutes before the breDerby’s challenging start to the new campaign is set to get much tougher in the coming weeks as the club announced on Wednesday night

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that they are in talks with the EFL regarding a potential nine-point deduction for breaching financial fair play Mario Vrancic then had the chance to put the hosts back in front from the penalty spot, however his effort in first-half stoppage time was saved by Bradley Collins.

In the second half, Potters full-back Tommy Smith was shown a straight red card in the final five minutes for a lunge on Claudio Gomes, before first-team coaches Dean Holden and Rory Delap, as well as Barnsley assistant Joe Laumann, were sent to the stands following a mass touchline brawl in the dying seconds

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