Forest Looking To Bounce Back

After suffering their first league defeat since the opening day of the season against Wigan Athletic on Sunday Nottingham Forest will hope to bounce back with maximum points against struggling Hull City who themselves have lost their last two games in the Championship.

No new injury problems with Michael Dawson and Samba Sow still likely to be missing for Forest but the Reds should find a starting place for top goalscorer Lewis Grabban who was on the bench on Sunday.

Hull have Angus McDonald out ill whilst Stephen Kingsley and Jordy de Wijs are questionable for Manager Grant McCann.

Jarrod Bowen will be the Tiger to watch whilst Forest boss Sabri Lamouchi will feel his side can get at a defence that has leaked in 19 goals in 12 games.

Lamouchi stated in today’s Press Conference “We need to make them again (the fans) proud and to give our best performance for the best result”.

Last season at the City Ground Forest won the same fixture 3-0 with second half goals from Carvalho, Ansarifad & Lolley.

*Main image @NFFC last time out Forest were disappointing in defeat at Wigan.

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