Nottingham Forest get back to Sky Bet Championship action when they entertain Birmingham City tomorrow (kick-off 3pm).
The Reds will be in search of their first league victory of the campaign following on from their win over Fleetwood in the Carabao Cup in midweek, and face a tough test against Pep Clotet's Blues.
City won their opening game away at Brentford and followed that up with a draw against Bristol City and The Reds will be looking to end their strong start to the season.
Tale of the tape
- The Reds are unbeaten in their last four league meetings with Birmingham at The City Ground
- Forest have not failed to win any of their opening three Championship matches since the 2010-11 season
- Birmingham will be looking for their second league win of the season after their opening day victory against Brentford
- Birmingham have scored on their last five outings to The City Ground, winning just one of those matches
Sabri Lamouchi has no fresh injury concerns for the match, although it is too soon for Joao Carvalho to make a return despite the Portuguese midfielder returning to light training.
After making nine changes in midweek, Lamouchi may be tempted to stick with some of those players who impressed or revert back to the side which picked up a point at Leeds last weekend.
Head to head
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Last time out on Trentside
From the opposition
Birmingham manager Pep Clotet knows his side face a tough test against Nottingham Forest but is eager for his side to show what they can do at The City Ground.
He said: "It's a tough challenge for us playing against a team in need of a win and sometimes that's not easy to handle. We'll try and perform again and see what happens.
"We know the strengths and weakness they have, but we need to focus on what we are good at.
"After this weekend we have a game at home (on Tuesday against Stoke) and away next Saturday (at Swansea), so we have three games in a week. After that we'll see where we're heading and what the challenge is in front of us.
"I just want the team to keep growing and enjoying the football they are producing."
Tony Harrington will be the man in the middle for Saturday's game at The City Ground. Harrington has refereed two matches already this season, showing five yellow cards and no red cards.
He took charge of two Forest games last season, the 2-1 win against Sheffield Wednesday on Trentside and the 1-0 defeat away to Millwall.
There is limited availability across the stadium for Saturday's game, with sales strong for the big match.
Full ticket information can be found here.
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.