Nottingham Forest head to Bournemouth this afternoon looking to make it three successive Premier League wins in succession and we’ve looked at a predicted team.

The Cherries aren’t in great form but they will see this as a fixture that they too can attack and gain a big victory.

Forest boss Steve Cooper will have a couple of new players to call upon today and ahead of the game we’ve looked at how Forest could line up.

Predicted Nottingham Forest XI

The Forest rearguard

Hennessey will be starting the game in goal after Dean Henderson picked up a cruel thigh injury last time out.

Predicted Forest XI
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At the back, we don’t expect any changes after the quarter kept a clean sheet against Leicester last week.

Serge Aurier, Joe Worrall, Scott McKenna and Renan Lodi will keep their places.

The Forest engine room

We also don’t think there is any reason to change too much here.

Ryan Yates has shaken off the whack to the face he got last week and he should take his place.

Remo Freuler and Orel Mangala have been in good form, so new signing Danilo will have to settle for a place on the bench.

Leading the Forest line

We think Chris Wood could in line for a debut this afternoon.

Steve Cooper has remained very coy on what role he would play this afternoon and the 31-year-old could start.

Predicted Forest XI
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That could mean Gustavo Scarpa drops out of the team, with Morgan Gibbs-White and Brennan Johnson continuing on the left and right respectively.

Predicted Nottingham Forest team:

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