Nottingham Forest and Derby County meet at The City Ground as there is more than just a place in the third round of the Carabao Cup at stake (kick-off 7.45pm).
The City Ground is set for the latest instalment of the East Midlands derby as the two rivals go head-to-head once again, but only for the second time in the League Cup.
It will be the first taste of the derby for both Sabri Lamouchi and Phillip Cocu, as The Reds look to continue their good form at the start of the season with cup progress.
Tale of the tape
- Forest go into the game unbeaten in five in all competitions, winning three and drawing two
- The Reds are unbeaten in their last six encounters with Derby at The City Ground, winning 1-0 last season
- Derby haven't won any of their last three games, drawing 1-1 with West Brom on Saturday
- There has been just three goals between the two teams in the last four meetings
Sabri Lamouchi has said there will be changes to the Forest side that won at Fulham on the weekend.
With this being Forest's seventh game so far this month, there will be changes but not wholesale ones as The Reds look for cup progress against their rivals.
Chema Rodriguez has been pressing to be involved for the first time since his switch, while there could be further action for Yuri Ribeiro. Joao Carvalho is getting nearer to being involved since his return to training from injury and could be involved in the 18-man squad.
Head to head
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Last time out
From the opposition
Derby County manager Phillip Cocu is looking forward to his first taste of the East Midlands derby.
He said: "They told me on the first day I came in about the rivalry, so I am looking forward to it.
"It is really good to play against Forest and I believe it will be a great cup game. We have to make sure we win the game to go home.
"As players you should look forward to them too. To play in intense games and the fans are more intense than usual, is one of the reasons you play football to enjoy that.
"No hesitation, no doubts, just enjoy and play a good game. There is always an important balance to keep in mind in any game to stay on with 11 players.
"You have to show the right aggressiveness but don’t cross the line because if you go down with one player it will be extremely difficult to win. It is something for the players to think about."
John Brooks will be the referee for tomorrow night's game, taking charge of his fifth game of the season.
He was in the middle for three Forest games last season, the 2-0 victory away to Middlesbrough, the 3-2 defeat in the Carabao Cup against Burton and the 3-3 draw at Norwich.
A limited number of tickets are still available for this second-round tie at The City Ground.
Season card holders are reminded that if they have secured their usual season card seat for this fixture, their ticket will be uploaded to their season card and they will not receive a paper ticket.
Full information can be found here.
Due to broadcasting restrictions, there will be no live stream of the match on iFollow Forest. Audio commentary provided by BBC Radio Nottingham will be available, however.
You can also follow the action via the club's official social media channels and in the Match Centre.
Tuesday (kick-off 7.45pm)
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Burton vs Morecambe
Cardiff vs Luton
Crawley vs Norwich
Crewe vs Aston Villa
Crystal Palace vs Colchester
Fulham vs Southampton
Grimsby vs Macclesfield
Leeds vs Stoke
Newport vs West Ham
Oxford vs Millwall
Plymouth vs Reading
Preston vs Hull
Rochdale vs Carlisle
Sheffield United vs Blackburn
Southend vs MK Dons
Watford vs Coventry
Wednesday (kick-off 7.45pm)
Bournemouth vs Forest Green
Burnley vs Sunderland
Lincoln vs Everton
Newcastle vs Leicester
QPR vs Portsmouth
Rotherham vs Sheffield Wednesday
Swansea vs Cambridge