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Stats Zone: Derby County

13 April 2017

The numbers behind our Good Friday meeting at Griffin Park

The match in numbers

0 - The Rams are yet to play out a goalless draw on the road this season

2 - Tomorrow's referee Tim Robinson has given just two penalties in 24 Sky Bet Championship games this term

3 - Both teams have scored in just three our last seven meetings with County

6 - It's more than 60 years since we failed to score at Griffin Park against The Rams, a run of six matches

7 - Draws between the two

9 - Brentford wins over Derby

13 - Derby wins over The Bees

36 - The Bees are still clear as the second tier's leading scorers in 2017

48 - Nobody else in the Championship has netted more goals from inside the penalty area than Dean Smith's men

53 - Tom Ince leads the second tier when it comes to shots on target

60 - The Rams have been on their best behaviour this season, picking up the fewest bookings in the league

3690 - Daniel Bentley and Scott Carson go head to head tomorrow, both are among the nine players not to have missed a minute of action yet this season

More pre-match build-up

Match Preview

Dean predict an 'entertaining game' when Derby head to Griffin Park

Relive four memorable meetings between the two sides

Derby Telegraph's Chief Football Writer Steve Nicholson gives the inside track on tomorrow's opponents

The First Meeting

18 September 1935, Football League Division One - Derby County 2 Brentford 1
Brentford: Mathieson, Bateman, Poyser, McKenzie, James, Watson, Hopkins, Robson, Holliday, Scott, Fletcher
The Rams inflict a first away defeat of the season on The Bees despite Fletcher's goal

The Last Meeting

18 October 2016, Sky Bet Championship - Derby County 0 Brentford 0
Brentford: Bentley, Colin, Egan, Bjelland, Barbet, Woods, Yennaris (McEachran 81), Saunders (Clarke 72), Sawyers, KaiKai (Macleod 84), Hogan 
Dean Smith's side have better of meeting at the iPro but can't find a way to get the all-important goal

Tickets for Friday's match are on General Sale now priced at £23 adults, £17 Juniors, £15 Young Persons, and £6 Juniors. Make sure you get your ticket before 10am on Friday to save £5 on the matchday price. Click here to buy online.

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