Derby County goalkeeper Adam Legzdins set to stay at number one spot when Birmingham City visit Pride Park Stadium
ADAM Legzdins is set to keep the number one spot for Derby County when Birmingham City visit Pride Park Stadium tomorrow.
Frank Fielding started the season as first-choice goalkeeper and he is fit again after a groin injury.
His performance for the Rams' Under-21 team against Barnsley earlier this week was praised by manager Nigel Clough.
But when asked who would keep goal in the Championship clash against Birmingham, Clough said: "Adam has not done a lot wrong, so we will probably stick with him.
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"It is Adam's first run of games in the team at this level and he has done exceptionally well.
"We will see how he goes in the next few and take it from there but it is lovely to have Frank available again."
Legzdins has started the last eight games, of which the Rams have won three and drawn two.
The 25-year-old's two clean sheets came in the goalless draw against Brighton & Hove Albion and the 2-0 victory over Barnsley.
Fielding made nine consecutive starts in the League from the beginning of the season before he suffered his injury in the closing minutes of the draw at Middlesbrough on October 3.
Derby won three and drew three of the nine games and Fielding's one clean sheet came in the 1-0 victory over Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.
The 24-year-old has played in the last two Under-21 fixtures and he was on the bench for the first team in the 3-0 defeat by Crystal Palace last Saturday.