Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's match against Millwall in the match preview, in association with Football Index.
Nottingham Forest welcome Millwall to The City Ground as The Reds look to continue their unbeaten run on Saturday (kick-off 3pm).
With five games without defeat in the league and progress in the Emirates FA Cup, Chris Hughton's team have started to pick up results and will be looking for another home triumph against The Lions.
It has been a tough run for Millwall, however, with just one league win in the last 14 games, and Gary Rowett will be hoping that their cup win and a morale-boosting point away at Bournemouth in midweek will give his side a lift.
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Gary Rowett believes that his side are showing encouraging signs as they get better and better after a poor run of form.
Speaking after their midweek draw against Bournemouth, Rowett said: “The reality is there are a lot of good sides [in the Championship]. We had a bit of misfortune but we had a really poor run when maybe we were chasing results too hard and opening ourselves up.
“And that’s not us, we’re not good enough to outplay teams in a 50/50 match. The last four games – or three of them – we’ve got back to what we’re better at which is that compact shape, that hard work within that shape, using that pace of the likes of [Kenneth] Zohore, [Jed] Wallace, [Troy] Parrott, [Mason] Bennett, people like that that can break up the pitch incisively when the space is there.
“We’ve won one, drawn two and lost one in the last four but we’ve had some encouraging performances.
“We’ve been to Norwich and drawn, been here and had far more of the game than at Norwich, and certainly if we put the same application in and be more clinical then we’ll win plenty more games between now and the end of the season.”
Saturday's edition of Forest Review features an interview with Cafu as he discusses his time at The City Ground so far, with all of the regular features and columnists.
You can pay for a printed copy to be delivered to your door or you can read the programme in full, for free, online now.
Keith Stroud is the referee taking charge of Saturday's game at The City Ground. Stroud, from Hampshire, has officiated 20 matches so far this season in the Championship, League Two, FA Cup and Carabao Cup, showing 48 yellow cards and one red card.
He took charge of Forest's home match against Bristol City back in October, with the clash against Millwall being his 18th overseeing The Reds. Forest have won three of the previous 17, losing eight.
Stroud will be assisted by Jonathan Hunt and Sam Lewis, with Paul Marsden as fourth official.
To be played at 3pm on Saturday unless otherwise stated:
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