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  1. Kemar Roofe scores the game's only goal on the counter to give Leeds edge
  2. Leeds forward has scored in all three meetings with Derby this season
  3. Derby awarded penalty in search of equaliser but see decision overturned
  4. Second leg at Elland Road on Wednesday (19:45 BST)
  5. Winner will face West Brom or Aston Villa at Wembley on 27 May

Live Reporting

By Rob Stevens

All times stated are UK

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  1. Roofe gives Leeds the edge

    FT: Derby 0-1 Leeds

    That's it for our coverage of this play-off semi-final - but we'll do it all again on Wednesday as the two teams meet in the second leg at Elland Road.

    If you've missed anything - or want more on that controversial penalty call, then check out the match report below.

    As it is, Kemar Roofe has given Leeds a slender advantage over Derby.

    That's it for now, but don't forget the play-off action continues this evening as Sunderland host Portsmouth in League One.

    Leeds edge Derby in controversial first leg

    Kemar Roofe

    Kemar Roofe's goal sees Leeds edge past Derby in a controversial Championship play-off semi-final first leg.

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  2. Harrison 'going for the ball'

    FT: Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Penalty call

    Here's Jack Harrison on THAT penalty call...

    Quote Message: I knew that Jayden Bogle had come in behind me but I was surprised that it was called a penalty. It's all about perspective but I was going for the ball, I had no intention to take him down. from Jack Harrison Leeds United forward on Sky Sports
    Jack HarrisonLeeds United forward on Sky Sports
  3. 'Ball made the goal'

    FT: Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Quote Message: We've taken a good step as the first 90 minutes is done. You've seen all the drama and comebacks this week so we can't relax. We are going to have to concentrate It was a great ball in by Jack (Harrison) - he has a wand of a left foot. I know I need to be in the box ready for anything but the ball made the goal. from Kemar Roofe Leeds forward on Sky Sports
    Kemar RoofeLeeds forward on Sky Sports
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    MTQ: Don't understand why that would ever be a penalty. Harrison had no intention of fouling Bogle. If you stick your leg in front of someone who is trying to kick the ball, that can't be a penalty. Also, disagree with a free kick to Leeds.

    Steven Patrick McNamara: Leeds should be out of sight. Bossed the game from start to finish, the world and his wife want Derby to win as well

  5. 'Derby never looked like scoring'

    FT: Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Craig Ramage

    Former Derby midfielder on BBC Radio Derby

    Leeds really dominated the ball and it was only in the last 10-15 minutes that there was a spark for Derby but they never really looked like scoring.

    I'm disappointed with the way Derby played - they are better than that.


    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Leeds celebrate their goal

    Kemar Roofe's second-half strike gives Leeds a slender lead into the second leg of the tie.

    But a major talking point will be the reward of a penalty to Derby, a decision which was then reversed.

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    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Leeds have the ball where they want it, down the right by the cornerflag.

    Time is almost up.

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    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Leeds survive another Rams onslaught as Kalvin Phillips heads away a corner.

    The midfielder has been brilliant today, popping up with some crucial interceptions.

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    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Kiko Casilla comes a long way out of goal to clear the ball and the Leeds keeper shanks it high into the air.

    The ball eventually drops to Mason Mount, who ambitiously tries to volley goalwards from inside the centre-circle.

    He doesn't catch it cleanly and Casilla gathers.

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    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Derby forward Mason Bennett has a cross blocked on the right-hand side.

    Then Leeds win a free-kick.

    Harry Wilson is not happy with that and is shaking his head.

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    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Calm defending from Leeds gets the ball away in their own right-back position after Scott Malone threatened.

    Jack Harrison has the ball just inside the Derby half but the support is not forthcoming.

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    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    We will have five minutes of added time.

    Still plenty of time for drama... or for Derby to test Kiko Casilla.

    Kiko Cassilla
  13. YELLOW CARD (Huddlestone)

    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Now Tom Huddlestone - barely on the pitch - gets yellow for a late challenge on Stuart Dallas.

    The Derby man left an elbow in after the ball had gone.

    There's a fair bit of needle in the game at the moment.

  14. YELLOW CARD (Klich)

    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Mateusz Klich looks like he'll have a chance on the edge of the Derby are but in the end the opportunity fizzles out.

    Fikayo Tomori is furious with the Leeds midfielder as he gets up.

    Replays show Klich put his head towards the defender's chest.

    Klich gets shown yellow, and looks like he has survived a sending-off.


    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Final change for Derby, as Tom Huddlestone comes on for Tom Lawrence.

    Can the former England man make the difference with his quality on the ball?

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    SeriousFace: Leeds massively fortunate with that penalty decision. They've been the better team, but that was clear. Got to feel that Casilla pressured the assistant.

    Penalty incident
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    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Five minutes plus stoppages left.

    Derby County have not had an effort on target. At home. In a play-off semi-final.

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    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Derby are still probing as they search for an equaliser.

    But the Rams are also feeling aggrieved after having that penalty decision reversed.

    Can they get a leveller in the closing stages?


    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Jamie Shackleton tests Rams goalkeeper Kelle Roos with a snap-shot from the edge of the area.

    The Dutchman parries to ball back to the right, and a Leeds man sends the rebound into the side-netting - although the flag is up for offside.


    Derby 0-1 Leeds

    Another change for Leeds, as Jack Clarke comes on for Kemar Roofe up front.