Premier League's bottom two face off

Fulham boss Roy Hodgson has made two changes for today’s rock-bottom Premier League clash with Derby at Pride Park with his side surely never standing a better chance of ending their 32-match winless streak away from home.

Fulham boss Roy Hodgson has made two changes for today’s rock-bottom Premier League clash with Derby at Pride Park with his side surely never standing a better chance of ending their 32-match winless streak away from home.

Danny Murphy and Eddie Johnson both drop to the bench with Hameur Bouazza and Diomansy Kamara coming in for a game the Cottagers really have to win to keep their survival hopes alive.

Rams boss Paul Jewell has dropped Robert Earnshaw and Jay McEveley with Hossam Ghaly and Emanuel Villa coming in.

Derby will be relegated if they fail to win, and either Birmingham or Bolton pick up three points.

Carroll, Todd, Leacock, Moore, Lewis, Sterjovski, Ghaly, Savage, Jones, Miller, Villa.

Subs: Price, Earnshaw, Feilhaber, Mears, Beardsley.

Fulham: Keller, Stalteri, Hughes, Hangeland, Konchesky, Davies, Bullard, Andreasen, Bouazza, McBride, Kamara.

Subs: Warner, Bocanegra, Johnson, Dempsey, Murphy.

Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral).

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