Nottingham Forest host Norwich City tomorrow night in the Championship with both sides needing points for very different reasons.
In the reverse fixture back in December, the Reds were beaten 2-1 at Carrow Road, despite a valiant effort.
Jacob Sorensen opened the scoring for the hosts before Anthony Knockaert equalised for Forest in the second half.
Emi Buendia struck 13 minutes from time via a wicked deflection, however, to give Norwich all three points.
Forest have lost just four of their last 18 matches in the Championship.
Chris Hughton’s men are, however, without a win in four games now.
Forest need a few more big performances if they are to truly stave off the threat of relegation and beating Norwich would be a massive result.
That task won’t be easy, however.
Daniel Farke’s team arrive on Trentside on the cusp of a club record for the number of successive wins.
If Norwich beat Forest tomorrow night it will be nine straight wins in the league and that would break a long-standing record.
Supporters should be aware that this game does get underway at the slightly earlier time of 7pm.
This kick-off time has been pretty common during the pandemic and fans should take note.
The game will be shown live by Sky Sports via their red button facility.
The coverage will begin five minutes before the game is due to kick-off.
For supporters who wish to listen to a more rose-tinted commentary offering, IFollow match passes can also be purchased from the club.
Colin Fray and Steve Hodge will provide full match commentary for BBC Radio Nottingham.