Since the start of 2019/20 Derby have kept two clean sheets in 27 away league gamesThe Rams have lost 14 of those 27 tripsBournemouth have won three of their four home league gamesDerby have conceded a single goal in their last four matchesDerby’s Away Woes to Continue
Derby were able to claim a point at home to Cardiff in midweek, but that hasn’t fully stopped the rot for the Rams as they head to Bournemouth.
Things could be about to get worse for the visitors, who have a torrid record on the road. Under Phillip Cocu, Derby have only kept two clean sheets in their 27 away league matches (W7 D6 L14).
Meanwhile, Derby face a Bournemouth side on their longest unbeaten run in the league in over five years. The Cherries have won three of their four home games in the Championship this season and look to be well priced against a Derby outfit who have lost five of eight.
We’re backing a home win in this clash, while we’re also going for a 1-0 victory for the hosts, with Derby conceding a single goal in their last four games and since Bournemouth have kept three straight home clean sheets.