Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's trip to Stoke City on Tuesday night in the match preview, in association with Football Index.
Nottingham Forest end 2020 with a trip to Stoke City and will be aiming to extend their unbeaten run of three games at the bet365 Stadium (kick-off 8pm).
A win against Sheffield Wednesday and draws against Millwall and Birmingham have given The Reds some positive results to build on as they target all three points in the Potteries.
Stoke have made a strong start to the season, heading into this round of fixtures in seventh place, and will pose a tough test for Chris Hughton's side.
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Friday 27th September 2019 - Stoke 2-3 Forest
Dean Whitestone will be the referee for Tuesday night's match at the bet365 Stadium, taking charge of a Forest match for the first time this season. He has shown 22 yellow cards and no red cards in his 14 matches so far this season.
The referee from Northamptonshire has officiated five Forest matches in the past, most recently the 1-1 draw at Reading back in January, with The Reds winning one and losing one of those five.
To be played at 7.45pm on Tuesday unless otherwise stated:
Birmingham vs Derby (5.30pm)
Millwall P-P Watford
Sheffield Wednesday vs Middlesbrough (7pm)
Huddersfield vs Blackburn
Luton vs Bristol City
Norwich vs QPR
Preston vs Coventry
Rotherham vs Barnsley
Wycombe vs Cardiff
Brentford vs Bournemouth (Wednesday, 5.30pm)
Swansea vs Reading (Wednesday, 8pm)