Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's clash against Blackburn Rovers in the match preview, in association with Football Index.
Nottingham Forest return to The City Ground looking to get back to winning ways on Saturday afternoon when Blackburn Rovers are the visitors (kick-off 3pm).
The Reds put in an impressive performance at Swansea in midweek but left empty handed after a cruel late goal, and Chris Hughton's side will be looking to bounce back with a positive result against Rovers.
It has been a tough few weeks for Tony Mowbray's side as defeat at Barnsley on Wednesday made it three straight league defeats as the arrive on Trentside in 12th position.
Click here for the latest from the Nottingham Forest dressing room.
Football Index is changing the way we bet on the beautiful game. Join the revolution - buy and sell shares in footballers to win real money. Get paid when they score or get assists, and when they trend in the media. Half a million people have already become football traders. Join them - download the app now. 18+ begambleaware.org
From the opposition
Tony Mowbray is keen to keep working hard to make his side successful as Blackburn visit The City Ground on the weekend.
It is approaching his fourth anniversary in the job at Ewood Park and he admitted he can feel an element of negativity around his team after they suffered their third straight league defeat in midweek.
He said: "I feel the negativity, potentially from [the press], because I understand the expectation that I brought to this football team, not to the club, because this is Blackburn Rovers and I understand Blackburn Rovers historically should be fighting in the Premier League, well, there’s a lot of teams who would say that.
“The team we play tomorrow (Nottingham Forest) have won two European cups, football is football and you are where you are, but you have to go on a journey to try and get your team back.
“I’ve started that journey by making this team a possession-based team in this league and that if we can keep the identity, you’re going to have a chance."
He added: “If you lose, the criticism comes, it’s my job, I’ve done it a long time.
“I have a big steel barrier up in front and you can’t hurt me, not you personally, but that’s how football is, you have to take the good and the bad.
“And when we’re winning and scoring lots of goals, it’s great and when you lose, you have to accept it. And we keep rolling on to the next game.”
Saturday's game is available to watch live on iFollow Forest. The full 90 minutes of action from The City Ground will be shown live, with match passes available to purchase for £10 (£7 for overseas supporters).
Click here for further information and to purchase a match pass.
Season card holders who selected option 1 will have full access to the match, with audio commentary provided by BBC Radio Nottingham.
Make sure you check out this Saturday's edition of Forest Review for the game against Blackburn Rovers, including a feature interview with full back Gaetan Bong.
The referee in charge of Saturday's game is Keith Stroud from Hampshire. Stroud has taken charge of two Forest matches so far this season, both at The City Ground. He oversaw the defeat against Bristol City back in October as well as the home win against Millwall in January.
This season Stroud has shown 63 yellow cards and two red cards in his 24 matches across the Championship, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and League Two.
Stroud will be assisted by Jonathan Hunt and Sam Lewis, with Geoff Eltringham the fourth official.
To be played at 3pm on Saturday unless otherwise stated:
Watford vs Derby (Friday, 7.45pm)
Coventry vs Brentford (12.30pm)
Bristol City vs Barnsley
Cardiff vs Preston
Huddersfield vs Swansea
Millwall vs Wycombe
Norwich vs Rotherham
QPR vs Bournemouth
Reading vs Middlesbrough
Sheffield Wednesday vs Birmingham
Stoke vs Luton