Our football match prediction:
Blackburn Rovers will be aiming to put an end to their four-match winless run in all competitions when they welcome Derby County at their Ewood Park. The Riversiders sit in bottom three in the Championship standings ahead of Tuesday’s football match, but a win over Steve McClaren’s troops could see them escape the relegation zone. The hosts are likely to leave their hearts on the field in the postponed fixture, but beating the Rams is easier said than done. Derby County are desperate to get back on course, but seeing that they failed to score in previous two league fixtures, we are not tempted to put our money on the visitors. The Rams are not regarded as good travelers and, no doubt, they would be happy with one point from Tuesday’s clash. In their last meeting at Ewood Park the two sides played out a goalless draw and we predict that the history is going to repeat itself.
Highligted Player (Jason Lowe):
Jason Lowe is a Blackburn Rovers midfielder, who was born on 2 September, 1991 in Wigan, Greater Manchester. Lowe plays as a defensive midfielder, but he is capable of playing as a central midfielder and a right back as well. The Blackburn footballer made his senior debut on 28 March 2011 during his loan spell with Oldham Athletic. He scored his first ever goal against Notts County six days later. Lowe returned to Blackburn Rovers at the end of the 2010/2011 season and he made his first appearance for the Rovers on 24 August 2011 in a victory over Sheffield Wednesday (League Cup). Speaking of his international career, Lowe made England U-19 training camp and he was selected for his national team for the European Under-19 Football Championship finals in July 2010 (Ukraine). However, he eventually withdrew from the squad through injury. On 10 October, 2011 Lowe made his England U-21 debut in a 2-1 victory over Norway U-21. The two teams faced each other in the Euro 2013 qualifiers.
Highlighted Team (Derby County):
Derby County are one of the 12 founder members of the Football League. However, nowadays the Rams compete in the Championship and they play their home matches at Pride Park Stadium. Derby County have won the two trophies in the English top flight (1971/1972, 1974/1975), with the team lifting the FA Cup trophy just after the World War II (1946). Derby’s main rivals are Nottingham Forest, Leicester City and Leeds United, but the rivalry between Forest and Derby is regarded as the biggest one. The two teams take on each other in the East Midlands derby. The colour of Derby’s shirts is white, whilst their shorts are black. It has to be noted that the club was founded in 1884 by William Morley. The Rams competed in the European competitions four times, but they did not record a notable result in the European Cups. The club’s chairman is Mel Morris.