Lewis McGugan is in line for a possible start against Brighton at The City Ground tomorrow (kick-off 3pm).The midfielder, who has scored crucial goals in his last three substitute appearances, could replace Henri Lansbury, who picked up injuries to his shin and calf while in action for England Under 21s last week.
Nottingham Forest manager, Billy Davies, said: “Lansbury is still making good progress but he’s touch-and-go for Saturday. We are, however, very pleased that the rest of the international boys have come back injury-free.
“Khaled Al Rashidi is making good progress with his back problem and Dan Harding is coming on good. Daniel Ayala and Marcus Tudgay have come through training very well this week, but Stephen McLaughlin is still a number of weeks away with a knee and ankle problem.”
Tickets for tomorrow's match are likely to sell out and Forest fans are advised to act quickly if they wish to attend. The Ticket Office is open today (Good Friday), while fans can also buy online at www.nffcretail.com or over the phone on 0871 226 1980 (calls cost 10p a minute, mobile rates may vary).