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Aug 17, 2013 at 3pm UK at City Ground
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BoltonBolton Wanderers
Mackie (2'), Reid (50'), Lansbury (65')
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Preview: Nottingham Forest vs. Bolton Wanderers

Preview: Nottingham Forest vs. Bolton Wanderers
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Sports Mole previews Saturday's Championship clash between Nottingham Forest and Bolton Wanderers at the City Ground.

Nottingham Forest will attempt to make it three wins from three Championship games when they welcome unbeaten Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.

Billy Davies's side have recorded back-to-back 1-0 victories over Huddersfield Town and Blackburn Rovers thus far, a run of form that has left them in third position in the table.

Bolton, meanwhile, are yet to pick up three points in their opening two league games, but they are unbeaten with draws against Burnley and much-fancied Reading last time out.

Neither side could be separated in their two league fixtures last season, with a 2-2 draw at the Reebok Stadium followed by a 1-1 draw at the City Ground in February this year.

Forest boss Davies could make changes from the victory over Blackburn Rovers last time out, with Greg Halford and Jamie Mackie both pushing for inclusion from the start.

However, Chris Cohen, Henri Lansbury, Andy Reid and Radoslaw Majewski should continue to fill the four midfield positions.

Bolton have no fresh injury concerns, however, and could name the same team that picked up a point against Reading last weekend.

Lee Chung-Yong is expected to start in attack, but Craig Davies could also come into the side at the expense of either Jermaine Beckford or David Ngog.

Recent form

Forest: WW
Bolton: DWD

Possible lineups

Forest: Darlow; Lichaj, Hobbs, Wilson, Guedioura; Cohen, Lansbury, Reid, Majewski; Mackie, Paterson

Bolton: Bogdan; Baptiste, Knight, Wheater, Tierney; Pratley, Spearing, Medo; Beckford, Ngog, Lee

Sports Mole says: 2-1

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