Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's clash against Preston North End in the match preview, in association with Football Index.
Nottingham Forest look to start 2021 with a bang as they travel north to face Preston North End on Saturday (kick-off 3pm).
The Reds ended a difficult 2020 with a four-game unbeaten run and Chris Hughton will be aiming to add some more victories to that streak, starting at Deepdale.
Preston have found some form themselves, picking up three straight wins with three clean sheets to see them climb the league table.
Click here for the latest from the Nottingham Forest dressing room ahead of Saturday's trip to Preston.
From the opposition
Preston manager Alex Neil said despite his side must ignore the fact they have won the last three matches and focus solely on Saturday's game against The Reds.
He said: “The one thing about football is that you can’t ever be satisfied. You can’t look back and think ‘we’ve done well’, it is always about the next win, the next three points and that challenge never ends.
“What we want to do is that we want to keep on an upward trajectory, that is really important for us and we want to get into that top ten and then we want to strive to get into that top six and we want to compete.
“This game is an important game, because we don’t have a midweek fixture after it, let’s hope we can try and get another good victory at home – where our form has improved, which is good, because it needed to – and try and maintain that consistency."
The four-camera feed will feature audio commentary and costs £10 (£7 for overseas supporters). Alternatively, you can follow the game live via the club's official social media channels and in the Match Centre.
Tim Robinson is the referee in charge of Saturday's game, his third Forest match of the season. Robinson, from West Sussex, officiated the opening day defeat against QPR as well as the away draw against Luton Town in which Nicholas Ioannou was sent off.
The match will be Robinson's 17th of the season, having shown 54 yellow cards and five red cards in his previous 16 games across the Championship, League One and the Carabao Cup.
Robinson will be assisted by Andrew Fox and Wade Smith, with Anthony Backhouse as fourth official.
To be played at 3pm on Saturday unless otherwise stated:
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Luton vs QPR
Millwall vs Coventry
Norwich vs Barnsley
Rotherham vs Cardiff
Swansea vs Watford
Wycombe vs Middlesbrough
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