Nottingham Forest take on West Brom this evening looking to right a few wrongs after losing to Luton on Good Friday.
The Reds went down 1-0 at Kenilworth Road with Kal Naismith scoring from the penalty spot after 37 minutes.
It was the first time Forest have lost since January and all isn’t lost in the race to secure a play-off place.
Steve Cooper could have some conundrums to crack today and the Reds could be forced into a couple of changes.
Ahead of tonight’s massive encounter, we looked at how the Reds could line up at the City Ground.
The Forest rearguard
Brice Samba will almost certainly start in goal once again after regaining his place recently.
At the back, the Reds could be forced into one change though, with Scott McKenna limping out of the Luton defeat.
Forest could therefore turn to Loic Mbe Soh to join Joe Worrall and Tobias Figueiredo in the back three.
The Forest engine room and wing-backs
Djed Spence was stifled at Luton and he will hope to be his usual self once again for the Reds this evening.
Jack Colback has filled in for Max Lowe in recent weeks and it looks like he will play there once again.
Ryan Yates and James Garner have both been brilliant in central midfield of late and will continue in the team.
Leading the Forest line
Keinan Davis also went off feeling his hamstring on Friday and he might not be risked from the start today.
Lewis Grabban is the obvious choice but after an impressive cameo, Sam Surridge might get the chance to start a league game for the first time.
Behind him, Brennan Johnson will be called upon once again.
Philip Zinckernagel stepped off the bench on Friday and rattled the post. He could win his place back in the team.
Here is how Cooper could line his Forest team up: