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Forest Look For Revenge.

Yeovil Town
vs.
Nottingham Forest

Huish Park

9 September 2006

3 pm

Forest travel to Yeovil Towns' Huish Park on Saturday, hoping to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.

Last seasons visit to Huish Park was a miserable affair, that saw The Reds' come away with a 3-0 defeat, as well as seeing former player Gareth Taylor sent off. The return visit at The City Ground saw Forest run out 2-1 victors, with goals from Ian Breckin and Nicky Southall.

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Yeovil Town Team News:

Yeovil have had a decent start to the season themselves, having lost only once to Tranmere Rovers, The Glovers are at present sitting in 7th place in the table. This week saw Kevin James return from a month long loan spell at the club. The Somerset club were able to sign former Sunderland man Marcus Stewart on loan, just before the transfer deadline. He scored on his debut against Swansea last weekend in a 1-1 draw.

Yeovil from: Mildenhall, Jones, Skiverton, Forbes, Lynch, Terry, Gray, James, Cohen, Kalala, Barry, Morris, Welsh, Stewart, Guyett, Webb.

Player to watch: Marcus Stewart

Just been signed on loan from Bristol City

Nottingham Forest Team News:

The Reds welcome back Sammy Clingan from international duty with Northern Ireland and may also see Kris Commons force his way back into the squad.

Midfielder Gary Holt has said he will 'play through the pain barrier,' despite needing surgery to for a knee injury. Manager Colin Calderwood could have a nice little selection poser ahead of the game, with Harris, Lester, Grant Holt, Junior Agogo and maybe even Scott Dobie, all wanting a place in the starting line up.

Forest from: Smith, Gary Holt, Cullip, Breckin, Bennett, Southall, Harris, Thompson, Curtis, Morgan, Perch, Lester Agogo, Grant Holt, Pedersen, Padula, Commons, Dobie, Clingan.

Player to watch: Grant Holt

Quite simply red hot at the moment.

Match Facts & Stats

Next Fixtures:

Oldham Athletic.
Tues 12 Sept. Home.


Writer:guinless
Date:Thursday September 7 2006
Time: 3:08PM

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I think Huish Park will see a different Forest side this time and not the spineless outfit that turned up last season.
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07/09/2006 18:00:00
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