Last Updated: 11/11/08 9:59pm
Four minutes of added time will be played. A bit of hope there for Leeds, or maybe more time for a third from Derby.
It's all a bit aimless for Leeds at the moment. They seem to have run out of ideas. Delph's long-range effort is a little wasteful.
Nearly a third for Derby with Hulse's header back across goal striking the upright. Leeds dodged a bullet there.
It's looking like Derby will hold on for the win. It's been a cracking game with plenty of entertainment.
Chance for Leeds but Beckford, Becchio and another lad all fail to make any real contact on Richardson's cross from the right.
Into the closing stages here. Not a lot of goalmouth action to report. Leeds are huffing and puffing with little outcome.
Superb save by Carroll! Snodgrass escapes away down the right and Robinson thinks he's scoring in the middle, but Carroll's right hand denies the Leeds man.
Leeds break through Delph. He finds Becchio, but the Argentine striker blazes over. I think it might have been offside anyway.
Derby are upset after Leeds win a free-kick for Davis' foul on Becchio. It looked a good tackle for me, but the visitors have a set-piece nonetheless.
I'm not sure what the stats are, but Leeds are dominating possession. However, Derby won't mind too much as Carroll has had nothing to do in the second half so far.
It's been an even start to the half. Leeds are having plenty of possession with The Rams keeping their shape nicely.
Ruben Zadkovich has replaced Teale at half-time for Derby. I'm not sure if that's tactical or enforced.
I've got a 7-3 shout to Leeds from Andrew Brearton. As much as I'd like goals I think that one might just be out of reach!
Will either manager make any changes at half time? Villa and Ellington have caused Leeds problems while Gary McAllister has Beckford on the bench.
The half-time whistle goes and it's been a good game. Derby have scored with virtually their only two attacks while Leeds have battled on bravely. You would not bet against more goals in the second half.
Apologies for stating Green was in goal! Not sure where that's come from. It's Roy Carroll obviously. Thanks for the tip-off.
Two minutes of injury-time will be played. Not sure where that's come from. The game has been played in the right way with no malicious tackles from either side.
Richardson cross from the right and Becchio plants a header past Carroll to get Leeds back into the game. Famous last words from myself before!
The pattern of the game is still the same with Leeds controlling possession without really causing problems.
Robinson's low drive is spilled by Carroll. However, he re-gathers quickly with a couple of Leeds players ready to pounce.
Another rare attack by Derby but nearly another goal. Teale's cross find Villa and he had a sight of goal from the angle, but can only find the side-netting.
Derby are quite happy soaking up the pressure and hitting Leeds on the break and capitalising on their defensive frailties.
Derby are looking steady at the back. Leeds will need to come up with something different if they are to get back in this one.
Leeds' fans are in fine voice away to my right despite being left with a mountain to climb at the moment.
Parker has a chance to whip a decent ball into the box, but it's woeful and easy for Derby to clear.
Leeds certainly aren't wilting, but Derby look the more likelier side of scoring than the visitors at the moment.
Laura Scott thinks Derby will score four, but Leeds might knick one at the other end. 4-1 to The Rams.
Leeds are having plenty of possession, but it's Derby who have made the most of their attacks. Still though, plenty of time left on the clock for The Whites.
Commons chipped the ball over Ankergren and Ellington was left with the simplest of chances in turning home into the empty net. Two real chances and two goals for Derby.
Douglas has half a chance with a back post effort, but can only guide his right-footed shot wide. Leeds are certainly not being over-run, but Derby lead.
All I'm receiving is mails from Leeds fans! Come on Derby fans where are you? Apart from at Pride Park!
Derby have been on top since taking the lead. They try another shot from distance but it rolls wide of Ankergren's far post.
Emanuel Villa was in allsorts of space for Derby and stroked a delightful left-footed curler around Ankergren into the net. Derby take the lead.
Stephen Murphy is picking Leeds to win 5-1 with Beckford coming on at half-time. Derby fans what are your views? An easy win against League One opposition?
A Derby lad has a header on goal from an inswinging corner, but it's easy for Ankergren. Derby have stated the brighter of the teams.
It's a cracking atmosphere here at Pride Park. If you have any predictions about this evening's match send me a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll publish the best of the suggestions.
Leeds make one change to the team that drew with Northampton on Friday with Kilkenny regaining his midfield place at the expense of Howson.
Derby: Carroll, Connolly, Davis, Nyatanga, Stewart, Teale, Green, Kazmierczak, Commons, Ellington, Villa. Subs: Bywater, McEveley, Hulse, Sterjovski, Zadkovich, Hanson, Pereplotkins.