Nottingham Forest host Millwall in matchday nine of the Sky Bet Championship tomorrow afternoon.
Steve Cooper will hoping to get his Forest tenure off to the best possible start as he takes charge for the first time this weekend.
The Reds picked up their first win of the season last weekend, defeating Huddersfield Town by two goals to nil with Steven Reid in interim charge.
Millwall, meanwhile, will be looking to spoil the welcoming party as they travel to the City Ground. The Lions currently sit 17th in the table.
Gary Rowett’s side have only won one of their opening eight games, and their last three games have all resulted in draws.
Here, we run you through everything you need to know about the game…
Steve Cooper says there is “no real change” in regards to injury news ahead of this weekend’s game.
Philip Zinckernagel missed the Huddersfield clash with a slight ankle knock, whilst Jordi Osei-Tutu remains sidelined with a hamstring problem.
Rodrigo Ely has started training, but isn’t deemed ready for selection yet as he looks to catch up on his fitness.
Braian Ojeda and Mohamed Dräger, meanwhile, will begin training on Friday having had to self isolate following their appearances on international duty for Paraguay and Tunisia.
There are no new injury concerns for Millwall, either, with Shaun Hutchinson returning to action against Leicester in midweek, and Sheyi Ojo is expected to be back available for selection having been ill.
Is there a live stream?
Supporters living overseas will be able to watch the game on Forest TV – however the usual 3pm blackout means this game will not be televised in the UK.
What time is kick-off?
This game kicks off at 3pm on Saturday the 25th of September.