Check out the match preview as Nottingham Forest return to The City Ground to face Hull City, in association with Football Index.
Nottingham Forest will be looking to bounce back and gain all three points when they take on Hull City at The City Ground tomorrow night (kick-off 7.45pm).
The Reds suffered just their second league defeat of the season on Sunday at Wigan and Sabri Lamouchi's side will be determined to put on a display in front of the home fans.
Hull have lost their last two games, including a 3-2 defeat against QPR on the weekend, as they look for their second league win on the road this season.
Forest have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the clash at The City Ground, with Michael Dawson and Samba Sow still sidelined through injury.
Sabri Lamouchi said he may make changes to the side from the match at Wigan on Sunday, with Ryan Yates pushing for his first taste of action following injury.
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From the opposition
Grant McCann is looking for his side to bounce back against Nottingham Forest following consecutive defeats against Huddersfield and QPR.
He said: “Saturday was disappointing for everyone involved but the good thing about this league is that the games come quick and fast.
“We were on a decent run of form – going five games unbeaten – but now we’ve had a couple of defeats on the bounce it’s important to produce a response.
“We’ve picked the bones out of the QPR defeat and we go again with tomorrow night’s trip to Nottingham Forest.
“We know we’re in for another tough test. Every game in this league is tough and we expect nothing different from a Forest side that has started the season very well.
“We’re under no illusions about how tough it will be but we’ll embrace the challenge and everyone is very much looking forward to it.”
Oliver Langford is the man in the middle for tomorrow night's game, taking charge of his second Forest game this season.
The referee from the West Midlands was in charge of the 1-1 draw at Charlton in August and he has shown 46 yellow cards and one red in his 12 games so far this season.
Tickets and travel
Tickets are limited across all areas of the ground, with another big crowd set to watch the action under the lights. Full ticket information can be found here.
Making your way to The City Ground by car, bus or train? Check out our travel guide to make your journey a smooth one.
Whether you're in the UK or abroad, you can watch the match live with iFollow Forest. For just £10, you can follow every kick from The City Ground with a match pass, giving you a multi-camera feed of the match as well as commentary provided by BBC Radio Nottingham. Just click here to purchase your match pass.
The club's official social media channels and the Match Centre will also have full coverage of the game.
All fixtures to be played at 7.45pm unless otherwise stated:
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Bristol City vs Charlton
Derby vs Wigan
Fulham vs Luton
Huddersfield vs Middlesbrough