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Match preview: Forest vs Middlesbrough in association with Football Index

9 December 2019

Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's clash with Middlesbrough at The City Ground in the match preview, in association with Football Index.

Nottingham Forest will be looking to get back to winning ways against Middlesbrough at The City Ground on Tuesday night (kick-off 7.45pm).

The Reds lost out last time against Cardiff before a 2-2 draw at Millwall on Friday night and will be hoping to get the first of two home victories this week.

Middlesbrough picked up a vital home victory on the weekend and will be looking to build on that to climb away from the bottom of the table.

Ticket News

Tickets: Middlesbrough (H)

10 December 2019

Team news

Yuri Ribeiro, Samba Sow and Carl Jenkinson are still unavailable through injury although could return for Saturday's game against Sheffield Wednesday.

Ryan Yates is available once again having completed his three-match ban, while Yohan Benalouane and Michael Hefele continue their recovery from long-term injury.

Forest thoughts

Head to head

  Forest wins Draws Middlesbrough wins
League 26 30 22
FA Cup 1 2 2
League Cup 2 0 0
Total 29 32 24

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Referee

Peter Bankes will be the referee in charge of the clash at The City Ground. Bankes has overseen one of Forest's games so far this season, the 2-1 victory at Fulham.

He has officiated 11 matches in total in 2019-20, showing 49 yellow cards and one red card. 

Tickets and travel

Tickets are selling quickly with limited availability across the stadium for Tuesday night's clash.

Click here for full ticket information.

Making your first journey to The City Ground? Make sure you take a look at our travel and parking guide here.

Ticket News

Tickets: Sheffield Wednesday (H)

13 December 2019

Coverage

Supporters will be able to watch the action live on iFollow Forest, wherever you are in the world. For just £10, you can purchase a match pass enabling you to watch the game live with a four-camera feed and commentary from BBC Radio Nottingham. Click here for further information.

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

The best way to follow the game is via the official Forest app, with score updates as well as the ability to follow the action on the go. You can download it here for iOS devices and Android

Other fixtures

All fixtures to be played at 7.45pm unless otherwise stated:

Tuesday

Bristol City vs Millwall
Charlton vs Huddersfield
Leeds vs Hull
Preston vs Fulham
Stoke vs Luton (8pm)

Wednesday

Barnsley vs Reading
Birmingham vs QPR
Brentford vs Cardiff
Derby vs Sheffield Wednesday
Swansea vs Blackburn
Wigan vs West Brom

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Match Reports

Forest 1-1 Middlesbrough

10 December 2019

Ryan Yates’s first goal at The City Ground was not enough as Nottingham Forest were held to a 1-1 draw against Middlesbrough this evening.

The midfielder scored his first goal at home for The Reds in a performance in which they dominated Boro, but Paddy McNair’s penalty 10 minutes from time saw them snatch a point which left Forest frustrated.

Sabri Lamouchi reverted back to a four-man defence after a change of formation against Millwall on Friday, with Yates returning from suspension and recalls to the starting line-up for Lewis Grabban and Joe Lolley.

Forest had the better of the early exchanges, pinning Boro into their own half as they searched for the opening goal.

Lolley drew a comfortable save from Aynsley Pears, Matty Cash’s driving run ended with a shot dragged wide of the target and on 19 minutes Grabban almost rounded Pears but was forced wide and the chance went.

Forest were dominant but couldn’t find the goal to match their play, with Lolley bursting into the area on 39 and squaring for Grabban, when he could have taken a shot himself, but the pass was ahead of the forward and Boro could scramble the ball clear.

Sammy Ameobi had a great chance at the start of the second half, controlling a trademark Michael Dawson cross-field pass then forcing a save at the near post from Pears, before Boro almost snatched a goal against the run of play as Paddy McNair broke down the right and called Brice Samba into action.

On the hour, The Reds came close as Yates crashed an effort into the ground and back off the crossbar with Pears beaten, but Yates was not to be denied as he put Forest in front on 63 minutes.

Matty Cash whipped in a superb delivery from the right-hand side with plenty of pace, allowing Yates to direct a header past Pears and give Forest a deserved lead.

But that lead was extinguished on 81 as the visitors were gifted a leveller from the penalty spot after Jack Robinson brought down substitute Marvin Johnson inside the area. McNair stepped up to confidently slot past Samba and give Forest 10 minutes to find a winner.

The Reds couldn’t find the breakthrough, however, and had to settle for a point when their dominance deserved all three.

Forest: Samba, Cash, Dawson (c), Worrall, Robinson, Watson, Yates (Adomah 84’), Silva (Semedo 77’), Ameobi (Carvalho 72’), Lolley, Grabban

Unused subs: Muric, Figueiredo, Mir, Chema

Goal: Yates 63’

Bookings: Silva 27’, Semedo 83’, Worrall 87’, Robinson 90’

Middlesbrough: Pears, Spence (Johnson 67’), Fry, Ayala (c), Howson, Coulson, McNair, Saville, Clayton (Walker 73’), Fletcher, Tavernier

Unused subs: Mejias, Wood, Bola, O’Neill, Liddle

Goal: McNair pen 81’

Bookings: Spence 24’, Fletcher 85’

Referee: Andy Woolmer

Attendance: 24,577 (500 away)

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Ticket News

Tickets: Middlesbrough (H)

10 December 2019

Tickets for Nottingham Forest's home game against Middlesbrough are now on general sale.

The Teessiders visit The City Ground on Tuesday 10th December (kick-off 7.45pm) and prices for this fixture start from £25 for adults. For full pricing information, please see below:

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Dates of sale

Home members - 9am on Monday 28th October*

Season card holders - 9am on Tuesday 29th October**

General sale - 9am on Thursday 31st October

*1 ticket per home member

**3 additional tickets per season card holder

Tickets can be purchased by visiting tickets.nottinghamforest.co.uk, calling the ticket office on 0115 982 4388 or visiting the ticket office in-person.

Supporters who choose to buy tickets online can also beat the queues by taking advantage of the print-at-home service meaning that they can get their hands on their tickets immediately, rather than queuing to collect them. Why not check out this useful video which explains how it works...

For supporters who do choose the print-at-home option, please remember to open the PDF attachment which accompanies your purchase confirmation email. This contains the ticket you must print off and use on matchday. It is also worth remembering that print-at-home tickets on mobile phones will not work, so do not try this at the turnstiles as you will be sent to the ticket office to obtain a paper ticket instead.

Matchday hospitality

Hospitality packages start from just £50 (+VAT) per person and details can be found by visiting the commercial website or by calling 0115 982 4450 for more details.

Supporters with accessible seating needs

Supporters who are registered as having accessible seating requirements with Nottingham Forest can claim a Disabled Companion seat providing that they are entitled to the high rate of Disabled Living Allowance for either care or mobility, the high rate of Attendance Allowance or the Enhanced Rate of Personal Independence Payment.

Unfortunately, supporters who require a disabled companion seat (personal assistant) cannot currently buy their tickets online. However, you can still call the ticket office on 0115 982 4388 or email accessibility@nottinghamforest.co.uk detailing your requirements and we will get back to you.

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