Nottingham vs Wolves by Lucik86

Just one place separates the two playoff hopefuls in the league table, but Forest(9th position) sit eight points adrift of Wolves(8th position).


Forest is really in a good shape after the coming of Douglas "Dougie" Freedman as coach.They have 5 wins in last 5 matches at home(scoring 13 goals) and picked up 16 points from the first 18 available thus keeping hope for a place in the play-off.


Team news:


Nottingham Forest beat a number of Championship rivals to the loan signing of 19-year-old Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom last week, and the teenage striker will make his debut, possibly as a starter.


Dexter Blackstock is available once again after the striker recovered from an injury.


Jack Hobbs has returned to training in recent weeks and could be fit for this match .


Striker Matty Fryatt is injured.


Possible starting lineup:Darlow; Mancienne, Lascelles, Wilson, Lichaj; Barrow, Lansbury, Gardner, Osborn, Antonio; Akpom


On the other side,Wolves have only 1 loss in last 8 matches,their only defeat since mid-February was 2-1 at Bournemouth and in last 5 away matches they have 2 wins ,1 draw and 2 loses but they scored in 4 of them.


Team news:


Bakary Sako is expected to be fit to face Nottingham Forest on Friday despite having played in two internationals in the past week but Wolves boss Kenny Jackett has elected to rest Sako when he has returned from previous internationalsNow is an important game for them so i think will be on pitch from the 1st minute.


The Wolverhampton's coach have a selection dilemma on his hands and must choose between Carl Ikeme and Tomasz Kuszczak for the goalkeeper's spot tomorrow as the former has now recovered from a broken bone in his foot,but i think will be Tomasz Kuszczak.


Kevin Doyle remains available before moving to Colorado Rapids in the summer.


In last match between these two teams,Nottingham Forest ran out comfortable 3-0 winners in the reverse fixture at Molineux in November as goals from Britt Assombalonga, Matty Fryatt and Henri Lansbury gave The Reds an impressive victory in the West Midlands.


Ten points separate Forest from the final playoff spot and, with 7th-placed Brentford and 8th-placed Wolves within two points of Ipswich Town, Forest realistically need to win all of their remaining matches and hope that other results go their way as well.On the other side Wolves need points to get in the playoff and Benik Afobe is in great shape,only Harry Kane has scored more goals than Afobe in England this season.


My bet for this match is both teams to score and i think will be a draw 1:1 or 2:2


Have a nice betting day :) !


Pick Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
both teams to score William Hill 1.80 9 1-2 WON (+7.2 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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