Nottingham Forest will hope to make it three wins on the bounce this weekend as they prepare to take on Bristol City at Ashton Gate.
The Reds come into this one on the back of two impressive wins over the Easter period, beating Cardiff City by a goal to nil on Good Friday before defeating Queens Park Rangers 3-1 on Monday.
With safety all but secured, Chris Hughton will be urging his side to keep up this form heading into the final six games of the season, and in turn build momentum heading into 2021/22.
The Reds have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to Ashton Gate, which will undoubtedly come as a boost for the manager, as he looks to guide his side to three successive wins for the first time this season.
Tobias Figueiredo remains sidelined with a hamstring problem, and it remains to be seen whether the defender will have any further part to play this season. Joe Worrall and Scott McKenna look to be the Reds’ first-choice defensive partnership going forward, and will undoubtedly start this one.
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Gaetan Bong also remains a doubt after picking up a knock against Brentford before the international break, but Tyler Blackett has been impressive of late and should keep his shirt.
Harry Arter and Joe Lolley remain long-term absentees, but other than that, it is as you were for the Reds ahead of the trip down the M5.
In terms of the starting line-up, there is every chance Hughton will name an unchanged side given how well they performed against QPR last time out.
The only change we could potentially see is out wide, with Anthony Knockaert being left on the bench against the R’s. Sammy Ameobi and Alex Mighten are likely to keep their shirts, though.
Probable Forest XI (4-2-3-1): Samba; Christie, Worrall, McKenna, Blackett; Garner, Yates; Ameobi, Krovinovic, Mighten; Grabban.