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11 February 2020 Venue The City Ground Attendance

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Match preview: Forest vs Charlton in association with Football Index

11 February 2020

Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's Sky Bet Championship clash with Charlton Athletic in the match preview, in association with Football Index.

Nottingham Forest are back in action under the City Ground lights as they face Charlton Athletic on Tuesday night (kick-off 7.45pm).

An enthralling evening on Saturday saw Forest secure an invaluable victory against promotion rivals Leeds United and they will be hoping to keep piling on the pressure at the top of the table with another victory.

The Reds are unbeaten in their last five encounters on Trentside, a run they will hope to extend againt a Charlton side struggling for away form as The Addicks look to steer clear of the relegtion places.

Team news

Sabri Lamouchi has admitted that he has a couple of injury concerns ahead of the match against Charlton and said he could rotate some players following their efforts against Leeds on the weekend.

Tyler Walker will be pushing to be involved from the start after his goalscoring cameo against Leeds, while Gaetan Bong and Nuno da Costa will be hoping to make their Forest debuts. 

Forest thoughts

Head to head

  Forest wins Draws Charlton wins
League 13 15 13
FA Cup 1 0 1
Total 14 15 14

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From the opposition

Charlton manager Lee Bowyer is expecting a tough contest at The City Ground as his side look to bounce back from defeat against Stoke City on the weekend.

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“It’s going to be tough,” said Bowyer. “They are not in third place for nothing.

“When we played them at our place I think we surprised them. We should’ve beaten them, I watched the game back yesterday. We were better than them on the night.

“We know we’re capable of doing that, it’s just a case of getting the weekend out of our system and going again. We have to try and win those individual battles more – because a lot of games are won or lost in midfield."

Tickets and travel

Tickets are extremely limited, with large areas of the ground already sold out and single seats only available in the Trent End and Peter Taylor Stand.

Tickets are priced from just £1 for juniors and £20 for adults. Full details can be found here.

Supporters travelling by car are advised to allow extra time on their journey to The City Ground following the continued closure to the A52. Travelling by public transport is encouraged wherever possible. For updates follow Highways England on Twitter. 

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Referee

Darren Bond will be the referee in charge of Tuesday night's game, his 24th match of the season so far. 

Bond has taken charge of one Forest game so far this season, the 3-2 victory over Blackburn at The City Ground on New Year's Day, while he has shown 81 yellow cards and one red so far this season.

Coverage

If you can't make it to The City Ground then you can watch the action unfold with iFollow Forest, wherever you are in the UK and Ireland or overseas. For just £10, you can watch the full 90 minutes of action with a four-camera feed and live commentary provided by BBC Radio Nottingham. Click here for more information.

There will also 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 7.45pm unless otherwise stated:

Tuesday

Barnsley vs Birmingham
Blackburn vs Hull
Brentford vs Leeds
Swansea vs QPR
Wigan vs Middlesbrough

Wednesday

Bristol City vs Derby
Huddersfield vs Cardiff
Luton vs Sheffield Wednesday
Millwall vs Fulham
Reading vs West Brom (8pm)
Stoke vs Preston (8pm)

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Match Reports

Forest 0-1 Charlton

11 February 2020

Nottingham Forest's promotion bid took a hit after The Reds lost at home for the first time since December after disappointing 1-0 defeat to Charlton Athletic.

Trying to follow-up their weekend win over Leeds United, Forest were beaten by The Addicks as Lyle Taylor condemned The Reds to a rare home loss after his 24th-minute goal proved to be decisive.

Joe Lolley saw a lot of the ball in the early stages at The City Ground despite a bright start from the visitors but Lolley was giving Charlton issues with his direct running.  

It was Brice Samba who was forced into action first, as he aimed for a 13th clean sheet of the season. Alfie Doughty aimed a shot towards the near post of Samba’s goal but the in-form Forest stopper was alert to the attempt and tipped the ball over the bar from close range.  

Forest were becoming unsettled on the night and it was proven inside half an hour. Taylor opened the scoring after a cross from Naby Sarr was whipped into the forward and he netted his ninth of the season. The goal came from an interception through Sarr who read the play brilliantly to dispossess Carl Jenkinson as he aimed to find Lolley inside the Forest half. 

Moments after the opener, The Reds almost had an instant reply. Lolley was once again working hard down the right hand-side when a left-foot shot deflected onto the bar by Sarr and it bounced behind for a Forest corner.

Five minutes before the interval, Tyler Walker went inches away from two goals in two games since his return from his loan at Lincoln. Debutant Adama Diakhaby lofted a cross into the path of the Nottingham-born forward who failed to find the target due to the acute angle.  

The hour mark approached at The City Ground and the game was becoming scrappy. Both sides were enduring mistakes which led to counter-attacking football. The stuttering game suited Lee Bowyer and Charlton due to the disruption it was causing the Forest players and fans alike.  

Sabri Lamouchi turned to his bench in the hope of salvaging at least a point inside 70 minutes. All three substitutions were made with at least 20 minutes left on the clock, including going two up-front with the introduction of Nuno Da Costa to partner Walker. 

The introduction of Matty Cash was noticeable on the right-flank. The full-back received the ball from Ben Watson before firing a low cross into the path of Walker. The 23-year-old failed to make any venomous contact with the ball after failing to trouble Dillon Phillips, who gathered in his midriff.  

There were 10 minutes to play at The City Ground when Lolley stood over a free-kick from the right-hand side of the opposing goal. An in-swinging cross was delivered into the Charlton box but substitute Alfa Semedo couldn’t find any contact to take the ball away from Phillips, who collected with ease.  

With additional time approaching, Charlton were looking to shut the door. Lamouchi was becoming an animated figure on the touchline, after several Forest attacks were cut short. The City Ground started to empty and along with their team, Forest seemed to run out of ideas.  

Forest: Samba, Jenkinson, Worrall, Figueiredo, Bong (Cash 59'), Watson (c), Yates (da Costa 69'), Silva (Semedo 59'), Diakhaby, Lolley, Walker

Unused subs: Muric, Carvalho, Dawson, Mighten

Bookings: Diakhaby 47', da Costa 86'

Charlton: Phillips, Matthews, Lockyer, Pearce (c), Sarr, Doughty (Purrington 60'), Cullen, Davis, Oztumer (McGeady 59'), Hemed (Smith 73'), Taylor

Unused subs: Amos, Oshilaja, Aneke, Bonne

Goal: Taylor 24'

Bookings: Davis 21', Cullen 66', Smith 90', Phillips 90'

Referee: Darren Bond

Attendance: 28,029 (805 away)

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Ticket News

Fewer than 500 tickets remain for Charlton clash!

11 February 2020

Tickets for Nottingham Forest's home game against Charlton Athletic are now extremely limited but are still available.

The Addicks visit The City Ground on Tuesday 11th February (kick-off 7.45pm) and prices for this fixture start from just £20 for adults and £1 for juniors. For full pricing information, please see below:

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Dates of sale

Home members - 9am on Monday 13th January*

Season card holders - 9am on Tuesday 14th January**

General sale - 9am on Thursday 16th January

*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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