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Wolves vs. Forest

Molineux

30th August 2008

15:00

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Forest will head to the black country in confident mood after beating Watford and a pleasing performance against Sunderland.

Vital Quotes:

Wolves Team News:

Kelvin Wilson and Lee Martin are both set to return for the reds after missing the last two games with a back spasm and the defeat to Sunderland with a strain respectively.

Player to watch: Lee Martin

Has just been provided an extension to his loan deal, and will be looking to justify Calderwood's faith in him. He's looked a class act so far, more of the same please Lee.

Forest Team News:

Wolves's injury problems are both in defence. They are set to be without George Elokobi as he waits to discover the extent of his knee ligament injury, and they will also be unable to call on the experience of Jody Craddock.

Player to watch: Michael Kightly

A very talented midfield player, who has reportedly been tracked by a number of prem clubs, including Villa, Spurs and Everton. Has been in and around the England U21 setup as well.

Match Facts & Stats

The head-to-head record favours the West midlanders, having won 55 games compared to Forest's 40, with 24 finishing level.

Ref Watch:

Mr G Hegley gets the gig, with linesmen S Cook and R Lewis. The fourth official is Mr W Barratt.

Match Prediction:

This one really could go either way, I'll play it safe and say 1-1.

Next Fixtures:

Burnley (H)




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Date:Friday August 29 2008

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