Sports Mole previews Tuesday night's Championship match as Nottingham Forest look to end their 10-game winless run against Sheffield Wednesday.
It's almost two months since Nottingham Forest last registered a league victory in the Championship.
Despite their torrid 10-game winless run, Forest are just one place and five points outside of the playoffs and tomorrow night face Sheffield Wednesday looking to resurrect their top-six hopes.
They have been boosted by the recent returns of Henri Lansbury and Kelvin Wilson, both of whom could be back in the starting lineup on Tuesday.
Long-term absentees David Vaughan and Andy Reid might also be fit enough for a place on the bench.
Visitors Wednesday have lost three of their last four games and have problems of their own in defence, with Glenn Loovens and Oguchi Onyewu out.
A makeshift defence is likely to turn out, with Lewis Buxton at centre-back and Liam Palmer at right-back.
Forest won the reverse fixture earlier this season thanks to Simon Cox's second-half strike.
Possible starting lineups
Forest: Darlow; Peltier, Wilson, Collins, Harding; Greening, Lansbury; Osborn, Majewski, Paterson, Mackie
Wednesday: Kirkland; Palmer, Buxton, Llera, Mattock; Maguire, Lee, Coke, Lavery; Antonio; Best
Sports Mole says: 1-1
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