Check out all you need to know ahead of Nottingham Forest's clash against Brentford on Saturday, in association with Football Index.
The Reds return to The City Ground to face Brentford on Saturday (kick-off 3pm) looking for some home comforts after two tough away trips.
Defeats came against high-flying duo Reading and Norwich but Chris Hughton's men will be hoping to build on the positives from the Norwich loss when they take on The Bees.
After play-off heartbreak last season, Brentford have bounced back and will provide a tough test on Trentside.
Click here for the latest team news from the Nottingham Forest dressing room.
Nottingham Forest are proud to support the Rainbow Laces campaign and support the LGBT+ community to promote inclusion in football.
The club will be showing it's support with rainbow coloured corner flags and captain's armband, with messages on the big screen and LED advertising boards.
There is also a rainbow coloured front cover of Saturday's edition of Forest Review, in which there is an interview with Kevin George from the LGBT+ Trickies supporter group. You can read a sample of the interview here.
Supporters can order their copy of Forest Review from the Ignition Sports Media website, where you can also subscribe for the remainder of the campaign and have each edition delivered to your door.
Saturday's match against Brentford will be available to watch live on iFollow Forest!
The full 90 minutes of action at The City Ground is available, with season card holders who selected option 1 able to access the live stream.
Other fans can purchase a match pass for £10, with audio passes featuring commentary from BBC Radio Nottingham also available.
Click here to find out more and to purchase your match pass.
Geoff Eltringham from County Durham will be the referee in charge of Saturday's game, his second Forest match of the season having previously officiated the 2-1 home win against Coventry.
Eltringham has refereed 10 games so far this season in the Championship, League Two and Carabao Cup, showing 34 yellow cards and two red cards.
It will be the 14th time Eltringham has been in charge of a Forest match, with The Reds having won four and lost five of those games.
To be played at 3pm on Saturday unless otherwise stated:
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