Nottingham Forest v Brentford Live Streaming : Latest from the City Ground

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Nottingham Forest will be out to address their alarming slide down the table when they take on Brentford at the City ground tonight.

The club have slipped from top spot to 10th in recent weeks after losing three of their last five games.

Last time out Stuart Pearce’s side lost 3-0 away to Huddersfield, a result that extended their winless streak to 8 games.

Despite boasting the league’s second top scorer in Britt Assombalonga, Forest has been generous at the back with 19 goals already shipped.


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The return of former Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson should help their cause.

The centre-back missed the defeat to the Terriers due to a family bereavement but is back in contention. Also set to return is Matty Fryatt. The forward has been struggling with a groin injury recently but is expected to be in the squad to face the bees.

Skipper Michael Mancienne was seen limping at the end of the game with Huddersfield but he is likely to be declared fit to play.

A win for Forest would see them move to within a point of the playoffs however a defeat and wins for those around them could see the club slip into the bottom half of the table.

Brentford are one of the club who could surpass Forest in the table.

The club are level on points with their more illustrious rivals with just two places separating them. The Bees have lost just one of their last five games.

Substitute Stuart Dallas helped the club to beat Derby last time out firing home the winner off the bench and the midfielder could play from the start on Wednesday.

Alan McCormack could miss out yet again with winger Moses Odubajo deputising at right back while Scott Hogan is the only long-term absentee

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.