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Sean: Millwall A Match For Anybody

2 November 2012

Reds boss Sean O’Driscoll has warned that the Kids for a Quid game against Millwall on Saturday (3pm) will be a difficult contest.

Kenny Jackett’s Lions extended their unbeaten run to six matches with a 4-0 win over Huddersfield last weekend, and the Forest manager is under no illusions about the threat posed by Saturday’s opponents.

O’Driscoll said: “If they can get their best 11 out they’ll be a match for anybody.

“The problem with clubs in the Championship is that if you lose one or two key players then it’s difficult to recreate your best team and you struggle a little bit.

“At the moment they’ve got one or two injury problems but nothing that is likely to influence the way they play.

“The front two have been key to their form over the last six games and the whole side were excellent against Huddersfield.

“Like all Championship games, it’ll be difficult and it will probably hinge on fine margins – either a mistake or somebody doing something fantastic.”

Forest extended their unbeaten run to five matches with an impressive 4-1 win at Barnsley last weekend.

The result temporarily lifted them into the top six in the Championship but O’Driscoll added: “I’ve said it before but behaviour will dictate whether or not we are successful.

“You can crow about things until you are blue in the face and if people start behaving like the job is done we will get nowhere.

“Take your foot off the gas in this league and you will soon find yourself at the wrong end of the table.”

Click here to watch Sean O’Driscoll’s full pre-match interview on Forest Player.

Supporters can purchase tickets for the game in person from the Ticket Office, on-line at www.nffcretail.com or by calling 0871 226 1980 (calls cost 10p per minute, mobile rates may vary).
Kids for a quid is also available for the game in the Castle Club hospitality area. For further information call 0115 982 4450.
Forest politely advise supporters to buy in advance of the game in order to avoid match day queues.

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