Nottingham Forest will be hoping to return to winning ways tomorrow night, as the Reds prepare to take on AFC Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.
Forest fell to their sixth league defeat of the season on Saturday afternoon, losing 2-0 to Barnsley at Oakwell thanks to late strikes from Callum Styles and Cauley Woodrow.
Chris Hughton will be hoping to see improvements from his side tomorrow night, then, after his side missed their fair share of chances of in front of goal at Oakwell.
It’s another busy week of football for Forest, who face another top-six side in Swansea City on Sunday afternoon.
Squad rotation is key, then, and here, we take a look at the Nottingham Forest XI we expect Hughton to field against Bournemouth tomorrow evening.
Despite a hectic run of games in recent weeks before the international break, Hughton has shown that he doesn’t like to make too many changes to his starting line-up.
With that in mind, we have named an unchanged backline of Cyrus Christie, Scott McKenna, Tobias Figueiredo and Yuri Ribeiro, with Brice Samba starting in goal.
There could well be a change in midfield, though. Harry Arter is available for selection after recently withdrawing from international duty, and he could come in to play against the club he left in the summer.
Jack Colback offers defensive steel and acts as a shield in front of the back four, so there’s every chance that Arter could end up replacing Ryan Yates.
There could also be another change going forward, with Sammy Ameobi likely to come back into the side.
The towering winger was left on the bench at the weekend, but he could replace Joe Lolley on the left-hand side of midfield tomorrow.
Luke Freeman will be keen to get back into the side, but after missing two great chances on Saturday, Miguel Guerrero should look to make amends tomorrow night and start in behind Lyle Taylor.