Final Game of the season is a SELL-OUT

Pride Park
Pride Park is sold out for the Rams last game of 2006-2007 season
If you haven't a ticket for the Rams final game at home to Leeds United then we are afraid you are too late. The final tickets were snapped up by eager Rams fans as the ticket office opened this morning.

The ground will not be full to capacity due to segregation issues on the South Stand but a crowd of 32,500 will see what could potentially be a promotion and relegation struggle for the two clubs. Derby County are currently in second position, four points clear of Birmingham City with the Brummies having a game in hand. Leeds again fell into the relegation placings this weekend after losing 2-1 to Colchester. The Yorkshire club are now in 22nd place, two points behind Barnsley.

Leeds will also be without 500 of their fans after an FA review board ordered 500 seats to be removed from their allocation due to persistent standing problems that Leeds have had throughout the season.