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Jordan Ibe, Chris Martin, Craig Forsyth and Johnny Russell goals saw Derby to a 4-0 victory over Birmingham in the Sky Bet Championship.
Derby's manager Steve McClaren heaped praise on his players after their impressive 4-0 away win over Birmingham.
Team news for the Sky Bet Championship clash between Birmingham and Derby at St Andrew's on Boxing Day.
Birmingham manager Gary Rowett has confirmed he wants to extend Darren Randolph's contract beyond the end of the season.
David Cotterill scored a stunning free-kick to hand Birmingham a 1-0 win at Huddersfield.
Birmingham claimed a fourth win in five games by beating Huddersfield but boss Gary Rowett insisted "there's no secret".
Team news ahead of Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash between Huddersfield and Birmingham at the John Smith's Stadium.
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