Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's match against Barnsley at Oakwell on Sunday, in association with Football Index.
Nottingham Forest make the journey to South Yorkshire for their final away game of the regular season against Barnsley on Sunday afternoon (kick-off 3pm).
The Reds could kick-off at Oakwell knowing that a play-off place is secure should results go their way on Saturday, but a win against The Tykes would guarantee a top-six spot before the final day of the season.
Barnsley are deep in the relegation fight, and their fate could also be sealed before a ball is kicked on Sunday, but should results go their way then only a win will do to preserve their second-tier status.
Sabri Lamouchi has confirmed there are a few slight doubts for his side ahead of the match at Barnsley.
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From the opposition
Barnsley head coach Gerhard Struber knows his side must be more clinical if they are to stand a chance of survival in the Championship.
The Tykes missed a host of chances in the 1-0 defeat to Leeds on Thursday, a result which could prove costly in their battle to avoid the drop.
Speaking after that defeat, Struber said: "It’s difficult to find the right words at the moment; it’s a frustrating situation. I think, especially the last few games, we play on our absolute limit. But our big issue at the moment is to use top chances and taking responsibility for the goal.
“Sometimes we need a kick-off. It’s always a big question when you don’t have the right balance to score goals, but you have to work hard for this moment to score a goal and, at the moment, we have no time to wait – we have to score goals and the next big opponent is waiting for us.
“If we play in the same style, we can create chances, but it’s the responsibility for my offensive players.”
Barnsley's last five
W - Barnsley 2-0 Blackburn (30/06/20)
L - Stoke 4-0 Barnsley (04/07/20)
D - Luton 1-1 Barnsley (07/07/20)
D - Barnsley 0-0 Wigan (11/07/20)
L - Leeds 1-0 Barnsley (16/07/20)
Nottingham Forest supporters are able to watch the full 90 minutes against Barnsley live on iFollow Forest.
For only £10, you can purchase a match pass to watch live and exclusive coverage of Forest’s clash with The Tykes including commentary from BBC Radio Nottingham's Colin Fray.
To purchase a match pass, simply visit nottinghamforest.co.uk/ifollow/subscribe, scroll down to the match passes section and click ‘Purchase Now’ next to the Barnsley fixture.
Season card holders who have selected option 1 from the refund options will be able to watch all The Reds' remaining games free of charge on iFollow Forest. For more information, please click here.
There will also be full match coverage available via the club's official social media channels and in the Match Centre.
Scott Duncan will be the referee in charge of Sunday's match at Oakwell. Duncan from Northumberland has only overseen four matches this season, showing 13 yellow cards and two red cards, but is an experienced official.
He has taken charge of 12 Forest games, the first of which was a 3-3 draw against Sheffield Wednesday at The City Ground in April 2014, and the last a 1-0 win away at QPR at the end of last season.
Forest have won three, drawn three and lost six of the 12 games Duncan has been in charge, scoring 12 and conceding 22 goals.
To be played at 3pm on Saturday unless otherwise stated:
Huddersfield 2-1 West Brom
Charlton vs Wigan (12.30pm)
Stoke vs Brentford (12.30pm)
Blackburn vs Reading
Fulham vs Sheffield Wednesday
Hull vs Luton
Middlesbrough vs Cardiff
Preston vs Birmingham
QPR vs Millwall
Swansea vs Bristol City
Derby vs Leeds (Sunday, 2pm)