Honest Admission Made by Tom Huddlestone before Make or Break Clash of Derby County against West Brom

Tom Huddlestone confesses that there will be some nerves among the players of the Derby County this weekend but on the other hand he believes that it can also be a good thing. The Rams nor round off their daily campaign of Sky Bet Championship on Sunday and that so with a do-or-die situation with the West Bromwich Albion at the venue of Pride Park Stadium.

Men of Frank Lampard are in a battle for 3 days for the spot of final playoff beside Bristol City and Middlesbrough. At present, Derby County are on the 6th spot on the table, 1 point ahead of the Boro and 2 points ahead of Bristol, and also with a superior difference of goal to both. A win over the Baggies (who are already into the playoffs) would definitely seal that top-6 finish. But a defeat or a draw could very well open the door for their other rivals.  No matter what the result will be, the afternoon is definitely going to be tense as well as exciting at the Pride Park.

Tom said in an interview that “I reckon there are always some nerves which go into the game, to be very honest.” “I believe that if you lose the excitement and the nerves on the day of the match, then you should call it a day, to be honest. “We are well aware of the pressure of the game to be played on Sunday.” Derby County had an opportunity to properly secure their spot in the playoffs in the midweek but they were held to a wait all thanks to a draw which they played against Swansea City in Wales (south). However, the destiny of Rams still remains in their own hands.