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‘Gets us going’, ‘Must start when fit’ – Many Nottingham Forest fans pine for missing man after Luton draw

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Nottingham Forest’s winless run extended to three games with a 1-1 draw against Luton Town last night and many fans were left pining for midfielder Harry Arter. 

Both goals came from Hatters midfielder Glen Rea, who gave his side the lead in the first half but turned the ball into his own net under pressure from Ryan Yates after the break.

It was hardly a vintage display from Forest but they showed their mettle to salvage a draw, particularly after Nicholas Ioannou was sent off just before half time.

Arter, who has been a regular fixtures since joining from Fulham late in the summer window, was absent from last night’s game.

Chris Hughton revealed after the match that a “minimal” ankle injury had kept the 30-year-old out for the clash at Kenilworth Road but indicated that he was unsure whether he’ll be ready for the game against Middlesbrough on Saturday.

With Arter missing, the Reds appeared to lack the sort of control that they’ve had in games since the arrival of Hughton – though that was not helped by playing much of the game with 10 men.

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The midfielder’s importance doesn’t seem to be lost on Forest fans either, with many taking to Twitter to voice how much they missed him.

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