The Hatters are back in action tomorrow night against Nottingham Forest, looking to secure back-to-back wins after victory at the weekend.
Following the comeback 3-2 win against Sheffield Wednesday, Town will be eager to continue where they left off against the Reds, who are two places and a point behind Nathan Jones’ side at the start of play.
Chris Cohen said:
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Founded in 1865, Nottingham Forest have enjoyed plenty of success during their time as a football club. The two-time FA Cup winners (1897-98 and 1958-1959 seasons) won the first division in 1978 and in the following two campaigns, lifted the European Cup consecutively.
The Manager – Chris Hughton
The vastly experienced Chris Hughton took charge of Nottingham Forest following Sabri Lamouchi’s dismissal earlier this season.
He most recently endured a five-year spell as manager of Brighton & Hove Albion, before arriving at the City Ground and has since lifted them up to 16th position.
Main threat – Glenn Murray
Glenn Murray arrived at the City Ground during the January transfer window and has since found the back of the net on two occasions.
The 37-year-old certainly knows where the goal is given his history for the likes of Crystal Palace and Brighton & Hove Albion, the latter whom he scored 111 times for in 285 appearances.
When and where?
Kick-off is 7:45pm at the City Ground on Tuesday 2nd March.
Man in the middle?
The referee for Tuesday’s match is Jeremy Simpson – who most recently took charge of the Hatters in the 1-0 defeat to Blackburn Rovers in January.
The two sides contested a 1-1 draw against Kenilworth Road despite Forest being reduced to 10-men for the second half.
Highlights from that match are available to watch on YouTube here…
Follow the action
Season ticket holders will be able to watch the match live on iFollow Hatters as this is a weekday away match.
If you are not a season ticket holder you can follow tonight’s match by purchasing a £10 match pass.
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