Derby County vs Cambridge TV channel, live stream and how to watchDerby County return to action just three days after their goalless draw against Bolton Wanderers when they host Cambridge United at Pride Park on December 30. In drawing 0-0 away at Bolton on the day after Boxing Day in front of the Sky Sports cameras, the Rams have now extended their unbeaten streak to 13 matches across all competitions - Derby drew 0-0 with Liverpool after 90 minutes before being eliminated from the Carabao Cup in the third round due to a penalty shootout.
When does Bolton vs Derby County kick off? The match is scheduled to kick off at 7:45pm on Friday, December 30 at Pride Park Stadium. Is Derby vs Cambridge on the TV? No, Sky Sports have not selected to show the match live. A quartet of Championship matches are to be available via the Red Button instead as Liverpool hosting Leicester City in the Premier League is the choice on their Main Event and Football channels. Supporters worldwide - expect for those in the Russian Federation as access to club streaming services has been withdrawn in the territory by the English Football League since March in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine - will be able to stream the match on RamsTV by purchasing a match pass with it being a home match not taking place on a Saturday afternoon nor selected for live television coverage or on a bank holiday.
They last tasted defeat way back in late October away against automatic promotion-pushing Ipswich Town due to a second-half Will Burns winner. Seven of those 13 matches, including at Anfield, have been drawn, with three of those in the last four League One matches. Head coach Paul Warne will be hoping for a return to winning ways against an opponent that the Rams have already beaten this season. READ MORE: David McGoldrick injury update as Warne speaks out READ MORE: Everton 'surprised' at Derby transfer talk as Warne faces decision Cambridge away was Warne's first match in charge of the club just under three months ago, with a goal in each half at the Abbey Stadium ensuring that it was an ideal debut in the dugout. That was the first of five straight losses for Mark Bonner's side, but they have returned to form recently by drawing 0-0 with League One leaders Plymouth Argyle before following that up by beating Shrewsbury Town on Boxing Day.