Forest Focus: We'd take a draw against in-form Burnley
4:43pm Mon Feb 22, 2016
Nottingham Forest face an in-form Burnley side at Turf Moor on Tuesday.
Nottingham Forest return to league action after a break caused by Hull City's involvement in the FA Cup.
They travel to Burnley on the back of a disappointing 2-0 home defeat against Huddersfield, last time out. The Newark branch are running buses to the following away games: Derby, Hull, Rotherham and MK Dons. For more information on tickets for away games and bus prices contact Matt on 07590817586.
Forest have no new injuries and are clear of suspensions.
Manager Dougie Freedman did said today (Monday) that both Henry Lansbury and Britt Assombalonga should return to training during the next international break.
Burnley will be a tough game, but Forest have been good on the road of late and could and should be able to push them. The Clarets beat Rotherham 2-0, at home, at the weekend and I believe they are one of the favourites for automatic promotion.
I predict that Forest will line up in a 4-5-1 formation and try to hit Burnley on the break. This is a formation used often by Forest and one that Huddersfield had obviously done their home work on. They deserved their victory last Saturday.
I would take a draw, but on our day I know we could take all three points if we play to our strengths.
There is no bus to Fulham as most members going on the train but a ticket order is still going in.