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  1. Derby become first team to lose first leg at home and reach Championship play-off final
  2. Marriott comes off bench to score twice in stunning Derby comeback
  3. Rams come from 2-0 down in tie after Dallas put Leeds in front on night
  4. Both sides finish with 10 men as Leeds' Berardi and Derby's Malone sent off
  5. Rams will face Aston Villa at Wembley on Monday 27 May
  6. Get involved at #bbcefl

Live Reporting

By Rob Stevens

All times stated are UK

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    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Sill about 90 seconds left.

    Can Leeds carve out one final chance?

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    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Izzy Brown takes the free-kick for Leeds and goes for a side-foot.

    It's over the wall... and over the bar too,

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    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Before Leeds take the free-kick, Derby shore up their defence.

    Veteran Ashley Cole comes on to plug the gap at left-back.

    Harry Wilson trudges off, taking his time.

  4. RED CARD (Malone)

    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Foul by Scott Malone on Pablo Hernandez on the edge of the Rams area.

    The Derby left-back gets a second yellow and is heading down the tunnel.

    All of a sudden it is 10 v 10.

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    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    The board goes up.

    There will be five minutes of added time.

    Can Derby hold on?

    Derby celebrate

    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Two late saves from Kelle Roos.

    First he beats away a long-range effort from Stuart Dallas, and then he saves the follow-up too,

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    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Not long now for the Whites to save their season.

    They've been away from the Premier League for 15 long years. It looks like it'll be at least one more.

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    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Free-kick for Leeds.

    Liam Cooper meets it, but it is safely into the arms of Rams keeper Kelle Roos, who milks the save.


    Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Changes for Leeds.

    Izzy Brown and Jack Clarke are on for Patrick Bamford and Mateusz Klich.

    Is there another twist in the tale?

  10. GOAL: Leeds 2-4 Derby (3-4 agg)

    Jack Marriott

    Jack Marriott scores for Derby

    Derby skipper Richard Keogh comes forward with the ball and finds Mason Mount.

    The midfielder drives at the Leeds defence and pops the ball back to Keogh, who has continued his run.

    Keogh spots Jack Marriott inside the area, and the forward calmly dinks the ball over the onrushing Kiko Casilla.

    Derby are back ahead on aggregate and heading to Wembley!


    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    Derby forward Harry Wilson is free in the box from a through ball.

    The forward sets himself, goes left-footed across goal hits the right-hand urpright!

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    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    Ian Woodcock

    BBC Sport at Elland Road

    Gaetano Berardi punched the tunnel as he made his way furiously to the dressing room.

    The referee Antony Taylor had let a few heavy tackles go in the immediate build up to Berardi's challenge but the Swiss left him with no option but to show red.

    Leeds were in control against a tiring Rams before his dismissal.

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    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    Liam Cooper blocks a shot from Tom Lawrence.

    Derby have controlling possession now as the look to capitalise on their man advantage.

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    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    Patrick Bamford is pulled up for a foul on Fikayo Tomori.

    The Leeds man is on a yellow card and won't get many more chances from Anthony Taylor.

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    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    West Brom went down to 10 men at a similar time in their tie against Aston Villa yesterday, and took the game all the way to penalties,

    Can Leeds do the same? Or win it?

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    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    It looks like Luke Ayling has dropped into centre-back and Jamie Shackleton is at right-back.

    Leeds come forward and the Derby defence digs out another low ball into the box.

    The Whites can't keep the move alive.

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    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    Another moment of needle as Patrick Bamford goes in on Harry Wilson.

    Four players from either side have also been cautioned. Just over ten minutes to go and Leeds will need to reorganise their defence.

  18. RED CARD (Berardi)

    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    Berardi sent off

    Now, this could turn the tie.

    Gaetano Berardi wins the ball off Jack Marriott, is tripped by the forward, regains the ball and then loses is again.

    Trying to regain it, he goes in on Marriott and then lunges in on Bradley Johnson.

    That's a second yellow and the Italian is sent off! Leeds are down to 10 men.

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    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    Staurt Dallas, and most of the Elland Road crowd, thought Leeds had won a corner down the left.

    But a goal kick is awarded.

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    Leeds 2-3 Derby (3-3 agg)

    Back under way and the tempo has dropped slightly.

    It has been a frantic second half so far.

    Derby celebrate
    Leeds players