David Prutton has shared why he thinks Nottingham Forest might just have enough to stay in the Premier League.
The Sky Sports anchor was quizzed on the Reds on Sky Sports News after the Reds beat Southampton 4-3.
It was a pretty nervy night under the lights at the City Ground.
Forest held a two-goal advantage on three occasions but kept getting pegged back by a dogged outfit.
The Reds are now three points clear of the relegation zone but they do need to get another win from somewhere.
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It’s going to be an intriguing end to the season to see who does get relegated from the division.
Forest will hope they can keep their heads above water and Prutton thinks he knows why they will.
He told Sky Sports News: “That wall of noise could be the thing that gets them over the line. It will be nail-biting stuff. Steve Cooper is the man they’ve stuck by and alongside that City Ground crowd could be enough for them.”
Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis was a relieved figure at the end of last night’s game.
He is currently being justified for his decision to stick by Cooper and hopefully, survival can be secured.
Prutton shares why he thinks Forest will stay up
The wall of noise that has been created at the City Ground has helped the Reds win seven times on home soil this season.
However, Forest could do with another win on the road, with only one game to come at the City Ground against Arsenal.
The Reds have to try and claw another point or three on the board and if they do that they should be safe from relegation.
It’s going to be tight though and hopefully, Prutton can be proved right to throw his weight behind the Reds.