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Match preview: Charlton vs Forest

21 August 2019

Nottingham Forest head to the capital to take on Charlton Athletic as their busy August schedule continues at The Valley (kick-off 7.45pm).

The Reds picked up their first victory of the league season on Saturday with a convincing display against Birmingham and will be hoping to follow it up with a positive result on the road.

Charlton have enjoyed their start to life back in the second tier, picking up seven points from their opening three games. 

Club News

Watch Charlton vs Forest on iFollow for just £10!

20 August 2019

Tale of the tape 

Nottingham Forest

  • Forest will looking to make it three wins in a row in all competitions with victory on Wednesday night
  • Lewis Grabban has scored three goals in six previous league appearances against Charlton

Charlton

  • Both Charlton and Forest have scored three goals from set-pieces so far this season, the joint most in the competition in 2019-20
  • Charlton Athletic are unbeaten in their past six league games against Forest, winning two and drawing four
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Tickets: Charlton Athletic (A)

20 August 2019

Team news

Joao Carvalho has travelled with the squad to London but will not be involved as he steps up his recovery from injury.

Sabri Lamouchi may be tempted into changes with a busy schedule ahead, but the impressive nature of the victory over Birmingham on Saturday may mean an unchanged 11.

Forest thoughts

Head to head

  Forest wins Draws Charlton wins
League 13 14 13
FA Cup 1 0 1
Total 14 14 14

Last time out

Referee

Oliver Langford will be the man in the middle for tonight's game, his fourth match of the season. He took charge of three Forest games last season with mixed fortunes for The Reds. 

He oversaw the 0-0 draw with Stoke at The City Ground, the 2-0 defeat at Reading and the 1-0 victory over Bolton on the final day of the season. 

Ticket news

Tickets can be purchased on arrival at The Valley, with a £3 increase in price for all over 18s tickets. 

Collections and duplicates will be available at the South Stand ticket office window from 5.45pm. If anyone needs a duplicate ticket, they are best advised to email tickets@nottinghamforest.co.uk.
 
Full ticket information can be found here.

Coverage

If you can't make it to The Valley, you can watch all of the action with iFollow Forest for just £10.

With a four-camera feed and commentary provided by BBC Radio Nottingham, it is a brilliant way to follow The Reds on the road. 

To purchase a match pass, simply visit nottinghamforest.co.uk/ifollow/subscribe, scroll down to the match passes section and click ‘Purchase Now’ next to the Charlton Athletic fixture.

Alternatively, audio commentary will also be available, as will full coverage via the club's official social media channels and the Match Centre.

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Match Reports

Charlton 1-1 Forest

21 August 2019

Albert Adomah came off the bench to score his first goal for Nottingham Forest and secure a point for The Reds at Charlton Athletic this evening.

The winger lashed home from close range following a corner to cancel out Lyle Taylor’s first-half opener at The Valley as a game of two halves ended all-square.

Sabri Lamouchi made two changes from the side which defeated Birmingham on the weekend, with Carl Jenkinson and Tiago Silva coming into the side in place of Joe Lolley and Samba Sow.

But The Reds were under the cosh from the first minute of the game as the hosts started confidently. Jonathan Leko saw a header hit the foot of the post before Tom Lockyer headed over the bar seconds later as they looked to barrage Forest’s goal.

Then on six minutes Aro Muric produced a stunning save to deny Conor Gallagher from close range as the midfielder looked set to score, before Michael Dawson threw his body in the way to block the follow-up effort from Leko.

Forest looked to get a foothold in the game and started to string a few passes together, but Charlton kept coming forward and they took the lead on 18 through Taylor.

A teasing cross from the right wing from Leko was inch perfect for Taylor who glanced a header into the far corner and past a stranded Muric.

The home side continued to dominate as Forest struggled to get hold of the ball for long spells. But as the first half drew to a close, a glorious chance arrived at the feet of Lewis Grabban.

Matty Cash’s shot deflected into the path of the striker who took a split second too long on the ball with the goal at his mercy, allowing Lockyer to come back and put in a goal-saving challenge as The Addicks went in ahead at the break.

Forest started the second half brightly and on the front foot, looking more assured on the ball without creating any clear-cut chances.

But it was Charlton who had the next sight of goal on 58 as Lyle Taylor got in behind the Forest backline to pull it back for Leko who could only scoop his shot over the bar from 12 yards out.

Lamouchi made a double change as John Bostock and Albert Adomah were introduced from the bench to drive Forest forward, and with 20 minutes to go they had clear claims for a penalty waved away as Sammy Ameobi was hacked down inside the area.

A much-improved second-half display from The Reds brought a deserved equaliser as Adomah struck to level the match. A corner from the left was not cleared by Charlton and Adomah pounced on the loose ball to smash it into the roof of the net, much to the delight of the travelling Reds behind the goal.

Forest were pushing on in search of a winner, with Charlton clinging on to their point. Tiago Silva hit a dipping volley just over the bar in injury time but the game ended all square in a well-contested match in south London.

Forest: Muric, Jenkinson, Worrall, Dawson (c), Robinson, Watson, Semedo (Bostock 64’), Silva, Cash (Adomah 64’), Ameobi (Mir 76’), Grabban

Unused subs: Samba, Ribeiro, Figueiredo, Sow

Goal: Adomah 78’

Bookings: Watson 43’, Ameobi 63’, Jenkinson 89’

Charlton: Phillips, Oshilaja, Lockyer, Sarr, Purrington, Gallagher, Cullen, Field (Pratley 77’), Leko (Aneke 77’), Oztumer (Williams 62’), Taylor (c)

Unused subs: Amos, Pearce, Bonne, Lapslie

Goal: Taylor 18’

Bookings: Lockyer 54’, Taylor 63’, Pratley 89’

Referee: Oliver Langford

Attendance: 17,204 (1,751 away)

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Ticket News

Pay-on-the-day available at Charlton

20 August 2019

Nottingham Forest supporters will be able to pay on arrival at The Valley for Wednesday night's Sky Bet Championship game against Charlton Athletic.

Forest travel to South London on Wednesday 21st August (kick-off 7.45pm) for their second away game of the Sky Bet Championship campaign and face a Charlton who won promotion to the division through the play-offs.

Collections and duplicates are at the ticket office windows in the South Stand from 5.45pm. If anyone needs a duplicate ticket, they are best advised to email tickets@nottinghamforest.co.uk.

Tickets will be on sale at the South Stand ticket office, with cash only, at the following prices:

  Price
Adults £27
Seniors (65+) £22
Under 21s £22
Disabled* £5-£20
Students £18
Under 18s £12
Under 11s £5

*Price charged at the relevant age range

Access to tickets

Tickets will not be available to collect under Monday 12th August and all tickets purchased after 3pm on Saturday 17th August cannot be posted. Instead these will be made available for collection directly from the Forest ticket office as there will be limited collections permitted at The Valley.

Supporters with accessibility needs

Supporters who have registered accessible needs with Nottingham Forest and who are receiving the higher rate of care or mobility can claim their tickets either over the phone on 0115 982 4388 or in-person at the ticket office.

Official coach travel

Coach travel departs the Brian Clough Stand car park at 2.45pm and is priced at £20. Subject to availability, supporters can park their vehicles free of charge in the Brian Clough Stand car park.

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