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Match Previews

Match preview: Millwall vs Forest in association with Football Index

6 December 2019

Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's trip to Millwall in the match preview, in association with Football Index.

Nottingham Forest will be looking to bounce back with a victory as they face Millwall under the lights on Friday evening (kick-off 7.45pm).

Forest lost out to Cardiff last weekend and they will be hoping to get back on track with a victory against a rejuvinated Lions side.

Ticket News

Tickets: Middlesbrough (H)

10 December 2019

Gary Rowett has made an impressive start to his time in charge at The Den and they will want to keep up their unbeaten home record under their new boss. 

Team news

Sabri Lamouchi has no fresh injury concerns for the trip to London, with Ryan Yates still out through suspension.

Carl Jenkinson, Samba Sow and Yuri Ribeiro are nearing a return, with Lamouchi hoping they will be available for at least one of the home games next week.

Forest thoughts

Head to head

  Forest wins Draws Millwall wins
League 19 20 23
FA Cup 2 1 2
League Cup 1 0 1
Total 22 21 26


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From the opposition

Gary Rowett is aware of the threats posed by Nottingham Forest ahead of the clash at The Den on Friday night.


He said: “I think they’re a good side, they’ve got lots of good forward players. They have lots of other good players but I think particularly in forward areas they’ve got the ability to win games and open you up.

“At home they play slightly differently to away from home. Away from home they tend to defend very deep and be very tactically organised. Lamouchi has proved that he’s a very good coach.

“They’re a very good side on the transition and counter-attack so we have to be mindful of that. We’re going to have to be wary of what they’re going to try and do and make sure we don’t open up too many spaces too early in the game.

“But, we’re at home and we’ll have to take some gambles in certain areas, play with the tempo we want to play with. It’s up to us to make the running to try and win the game.”

Ticket News

Tickets: Sheffield Wednesday (H)

13 December 2019


John Brooks will be the man in charge when Forest take on Millwall at The Den.

Brooks will officiate his second Forest match of the season after overseeing the 3-0 triumph against Derby County in the Carabao Cup back in August.

Friday's game will be his 15th of the season, having shown 42 yellow cards and no red cards in the previous matches.

Tickets and travel

A limited number of tickets are available for Friday night's game at The Den, with these tickets available from the Nottingham Forest ticket office until 12pm on Friday. Full ticket information can be found here

Travel information, provided by Millwall, can be found here.

Club News

Christmas 3-for-2 offer now underway

5 December 2019


As the match is being shown live on Sky Sports, there will be no live broadcast available on iFollow Forest. Audio commentary provided by BBC Radio Nottingham will be available, however. 

There will be full coverage of the game via the club's official social media channels and in the Match Centre.

Other fixtures

All fixtures to be played at 3pm on Saturday unless otherwise stated:

Huddersfield vs Leeds (12.30pm)
Blackburn vs Derby
Cardiff vs Barnsley
Fulham vs Bristol City
Hull vs Stoke
Luton vs Wigan
Middlesbrough vs Charlton
QPR vs Preston
Reading vs Birmingham
Sheffield Wednesday vs Brentford
West Brom vs Swansea (Sunday, 12pm)

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Match Reports

Millwall 2-2 Forest

6 December 2019

Lewis Grabban came off the bench to score twice as Nottingham Forest were denied by a late goal to draw 2-2 away at Millwall tonight.

In an entertaining clash at The Den, The Reds went behind in the first half through Shaun Williams’ goal but Grabban came off the bench to score twice and turn the game on its head.

Forest were denied all three points as Aiden O’Brien scored in injury time to bring a game of two contrasting halves to an end.

Sabri Lamouchi made three changes to the side which lost out against Cardiff last weekend, with a change in formation too with three centre backs. Michael Dawson, Alfa Semedo and Rafa Mir came into the side for the clash at The Den.

The home side started on the front foot, with Ben Thompson heading over the bar on five minutes and they took the lead from a corner on 15 through Wiliiams. A corner from the right from Jed Wallace was met by an unmarked Williams, who nodded down into the ground past Brice Samba.

Forest struggled to get going at the start of the game, with Mahlon Romeo forcing Samba into a low save just before the half-hour mark, as The Reds struggled to hold onto the ball at the top end of the pitch.

No change in personnel at the break but a change in formation for Forest as they reverted back to their usual four at the back, and it almost produced an immediate response from The Reds as Jack Robinson’s deep cross on 49 was laid back to Sammy Ameobi by Matty Cash but his low effort was well saved low down by Bartosz Bialkowski.

It was a much-improved display from Forest, with Semedo lashing wide from 20 yards and Ameobi curling an effort into Bialkowski’s arms as Forest increased the tempo and increased the pressure on Millwall.

Joe Lolley and Lewis Grabban were introduced from the subs’ bench and the latter made an instant impact, pulling Forest level with his first touch of the game.

A free kick from Tiago Silva found Joe Worrall deep at the back post who headed back across goal where the goal-poacher Grabban was lurking to notch his ninth goal of the season from two yards out.

The goal seemed to spring the hosts into life, with Romeo driving wide of the target from the edge of the box before Samba was called into action to make a fine save from close range, keeping out Jake Cooper’s header.

But it was Forest who hit the front as that man Grabban was on hand to seemingly give The Reds all three points, converting from Ameobi’s low cross to complete the second-half turnaround with just minutes left on the clock.

The goalscoring wasn’t finished there, unfortunately for Forest, as Millwall levelled things up in injury time. Williams hit a long-range strike which deflected, deceiving Samba who could only parry for sub Aiden O’Brien who finished from close range.

A point apiece in an entertaining game under the lights as Forest showed plenty of character and resolve to fight for a point.

Forest: Samba, Cash, Figueiredo (Lolley 57’), Dawson (c), Worrall, Robinson, Watson, Semedo (Adomah 80’), Silva, Ameobi, Mir (Grabban 62’)

Unused subs: Muric, Carvalho, Bostock, Chema

Goals: Grabban 63’, 88’

Bookings: Cash 30’, Silva 66’

Millwall: Bialkowski, Romeo, Pearce (c), Cooper, M. Wallace, Williams, Molumby, Skalak (O’Brien 78’), Thompson (Mahoney 83’), J. Wallace, Smith (Bradshaw 61’)

Unused subs: Sandford, Brown, Hutchinson, Bodvarsson

Goals: Williams 15’, O’Brien 90’

Booking: Thompson 32’

Referee: John Brooks

Attendance: 12,976 (1,267 away)

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Ticket News

Millwall tickets available on arrival

6 December 2019

Tickets for Nottingham Forest's trip to Millwall will be on sale on arrival at The Den.

The Reds travel to South London this evening (kick-off 7.45pm) and tickets will be available to purchase with cash or card at the North Stand ticket office at the following prices.

Adults (18-60) £29
Over 61s (61+) £20
Armed Forces £20
Under 18s (16-17) £16
Under 16s (12-15) £14
Under 12s £9

*Other disabled prices charged at the relevant age range

Official coach travel

Coach travel departs the Brian Clough Stand car park at 2.15pm 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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