Draw Can Take Derby Past Fulham And On To Wembley

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FULHAM took a step closer to ending their four-year Premier League exile as they booked their place in the Championship play-off final with victory over Derby at Craven Cottage last night.

Fulham will be making it to Wembley for the first time in 43 years, where the face the victor of the game between Aston Villa and Middlesborough.

Mitrovic joined Fulham on loan from Newcastle United during the January transfer window, and the centre-forward has netted 12 Championship goals in the second half of the campaign.

"Thankfully I got the goal and it changed the game".

The Rams would have wanted to put up more of a fight and they are condemned to an 11th successive season in the second tier.

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"For some reason tonight, we made lots and lots of wrong decisions, " he told Sky Sports.

"Odoi is unmarked, so it's incredibly disappointing and it means that we haven't done our jobs properly".

After a quiet first-half Sessegnon struck early in the second to rock Derby.

'When the ball arrives at him in the box it normally finishes in the net.

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Derby replied with Bradley Johnson bursting powerfully into the area and forcing Fulham 'keeper Marcus Bettinelli into a smart save.

A one-handed effort kept out a strong header from Fulham's Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic and Carson was at his best again to keep out a powerful drive from Aboubakar Kamara.

The decisive goal came in the 66th minute when Belgian Odoi beat Carson with a brilliantly angled header from a corner.

Derby boss Gary Rowett felt his team had been too nervous.

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