Port Vale vs Derby County League One Live Stream Free Online Full HD

Port Vale vs Derby County League One Live Stream Free Online Full HD

There have been times this season when Paul Warne may have wondered whether he had made the right choice in swapping Championship football with Rotherham United for third-tier outfit Derby.

However, County have recently developed into the team that Warne’s wants them to be, going 18 matches unbeaten in all competitions when you included the goalless draw at Liverpool in the EFL Cup which was decided on penalties.

More importantly, Derby have recently put together a four-game winning streak for the first time since their relegation, a streak which has established a nine-point cushion in the race for the top six.

Still 11 points adrift of the automatic promotion places, there is no danger of complacency setting in at Pride Park, particularly when three of the wins in question have come by one-goal margins.

Last time out, the Rams posted a 2-1 victory over promotion rivals Bolton Wanderers, midfielder Conor Hourihanenetting for the third league game in a row.

As far as Port Vale are concerned, they remain caught between being delighted that they are not encountering a relegation battle in their first year since promotion, yet handling frustration of missed opportunities.

On one hand, Vale have collected 12 points from seven games, but on another, they have lost three of their most recent five outings, going down 2-0 at home to out-of-form Peterborough United on January 16.

Vale now sit eight points adrift of the playoffs, albeit with at least one game in hand on some of the teams above them, and Darrell Clarke will acknowledge that only a run of victories will do if they want to become involved in the promotion race.

There have been times this season when Paul Warne may have wondered whether he had made the right choice in swapping Championship football with Rotherham United for third-tier outfit Derby.

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However, County have recently developed into the team that Warne’s wants them to be, going 18 matches unbeaten in all competitions when you included the goalless draw at Liverpool in the EFL Cup which was decided on penalties.

More importantly, Derby have recently put together a four-game winning streak for the first time since their relegation, a streak which has established a nine-point cushion in the race for the top six.

Still 11 points adrift of the automatic promotion places, there is no danger of complacency setting in at Pride Park, particularly when three of the wins in question have come by one-goal margins.

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