If you're looking for a Champions League final apéritif, then the playoff final should do the job nicely. Commonly known as the most valuable game on earth due to the massive commercial gains earned by those promoted to the Premier League, it'll be a nailbiting affair with much at stake. QPR are looking to bounce back to the top flight at the first time of asking, while Derby County haven't tasted top level football since being relegated in 2008.
QPR beat Wigan 2-1 in extra time of their second leg to progress to the playoff final, while Derby were rather more comfortable, demolishing Brighton 6-2 on aggregate. It's Steve McClaren's Rams that head in with the better record in the league this season, having picked up five more point than the Hoops over the 46 games that make up the regular campaign.
However, they'll still be without both Shaun Barker and Paul Coutts with injury. QPR, on the other hand, have only Jermaine Jenas certainly unavailable, though Alejandro Faurlin and Matt Phillips could both miss out having just returned from long-term layoffs.
Derby County injuries and suspensions
Out: Shaun Barker (knee), Paul Coutts (knee). In doubt: None.
Queens Park Rangers injuries and suspensions
Out: Jermaine Jenas (knee). In doubt: Alejandro Faurlin (knee), Matt Phillips (ankle).
Derby County: Lee Grant; Craig Forsyth, Jake Buxton, Richard Keogh, André Wisdom; Craig Bryson, George Thorne, Jeff Hendrick; Johnny Russell, Chris Martin, Jamie Ward.
Queens Park Rangers: Robert Green; Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Richard Dunne, Clint Hill, Danny Simpson; Joey Barton, Gary O'Neil; Niko Kranjčar, Ravel Morrison, Junior Hoilett; Charlie Austin.
Match Date/Time: Saturday, 3 p.m. local, 10 a.m. ET
Venue: Wembley Stadium, London, England
TV: beIN Sports (U.S. and Canada - English), beIN Sports en Español (U.S. - Spanish), Sky Sports 1/HD (U.K.)
Online: beIN Sports Play (U.S. and Canada), Sky Go (U.K.)
Listings via LiveSoccerTV.