Date:Monday January 29 2007
Nottingham Forest boss Colin Calderwood has set his sights on a'a positive result' when Forest visit Carlise this week.
Forest now have two games in hand over their title rivals, the foremost of which are Scunthorpe, and Calderwood is aware taht Forest are now goign to have to push on to put pressure on the leaders.
Speaking to the official website, he said: 'When we go to Carlisle, everything has got to be right. Because of Scunthorpe winning at the weekend, we know we've got to go up there and get a positive result.
'We need a win because it's one of our games in hand and not a normal fixture. Because Scunthorpe have now played two more games than us, it becomes an important fixture for us.'
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