Nottingham Forest face their second game in London this week as they take on Fulham at Craven Cottage tomorrow (kick-off 3pm).
The Reds have stayed down in the capital since their draw with Charlton on Wednesday night, training at Crystal Palace's complex ahead of the clash with The Cottagers.
Forest have picked up two draws in their away games so far this season and come up against an in-form Fulham side who will be looking to make an immediate return to the Premier League.
Tale of the tape
- Forest are unbeaten in their last four games in all competitions, winning two and drawing two
- The Reds have failed to score just once in their last four visits to Craven Cottage
- Fulham won three straight games after losing their opening match of the season
- In their two home games this season, Fulham have scored six goals, keeping two clean sheets
Joe Lolley could return to the side having missed the midweek draw at Charlton. The winger was close to featuring in the game at The Valley but was not risked.
Forest have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game at Craven Cottage.
Head to head
|Forest wins||Draws||Fulham wins|
From the opposition
Ivan Cavaleiro has been in fine form for Fulham at the start of the season and he is looking to keep it up this weekend.
Speaking after the 4-0 win against Millwall in midweek, he said: “Of course I’m very happy to score two goals for the team. I’ve worked hard on the pitch to achieve this, and I hope I can contribute to the team like this in every game. The more victories we have, the happier I’ll be.
“I think we played very well to achieve this win, and I hope we can continue doing this in games; keeping possession, being aggressive, and with this attitude I think we can go far in the Championship.
“The fans have supported us since the beginning. I think they liked the way we played against Millwall, and with this quality we’re showing it’s normal that the fans are happy with us. We must continue with this and keep making them happy.
“We have difficult games coming and I think with this attitude, like I said, we can win games. We respect Millwall, we respect Nottingham Forest, but every game we play we go to win.”
Tickets for the clash at Craven Cottage have sold out.
Forest supporters snapped up all 1,900 tickets available for the game and no further tickets will be made available.
Audio commentary provided by BBC Radio Nottingham is also available, and fans can also follow the action by keeping up to date with the club's official social media channels and the Match Centre.
To be played at 3pm on Saturday unless otherwise stated:
Derby vs West Brom (12.30pm)
Barnsley vs Luton
Blackburn vs Cardiff
Charlton vs Brentford
Huddersfield vs Reading
Hull vs Bristol City
Middlesbrough vs Millwall
Preston vs Sheffield Wednesday
QPR vs Wigan
Stoke vs Leeds
Swansea vs Birmingham (Sunday, 12pm)