Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton makes five changes for their trip to Sheffield Wednesday.
Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton has made five changes for his side's trip to Sheffield Wednesday this evening.
Ben Brereton and Jason Cummings both come into the frontline as Forest look to bounce back from their 2-0 defeat to Leeds United just before the international break.
There are also two changes in the back four as Danny Fox and Jack Hobbs come in for Matt Mills and Armand Traore, who are both on the bench.
Tendayi Darikwa and Joe Worrall keep their places in the back four, while Jordan Smith stays put behind the sticks, and Zach Clough joins Liam Bridcutt, Barrie McKay and Ben Osborn in midfield.
Among those to make way are Andreas Bouchalakis, Kieran Dowell and Daryl Murphy.
For the hosting Owls, Carlos Carvajal makes three changes following the 1-1 draw at Burton Albion last time out.
Steven Fletcher and Gary Hooper continue their strike partnership up front, while Ross Wallace comes in for George Boyd alongside David Jones, Barry Bannan and Kieran Lee - making his first appearance of the season - in the midfield.
Joost van Aken makes his debut, coming in for Daniel Pudil as partner for Tom Lees in the heart of the defence, while Adam Reach drops to left-back as replacement for Morgan Fox.
Sheffield Wednesday: Westwood; Hunt, Lees, Van Aken, Reach; Wallace, Jones, Lee, Bannan; Fletcher, Hooper
Subs: Wildsmith, Rhodes, Butterfield, Palmer, Joao, Boyd, Pudil
Nottingham Forest: Smith; Darikwa, Worrall, Hobbs, Fox; Bridcutt, Osborn, Clough, McKay; Brereton, Cummings
Subs: Henderson, Mills, Traore, Murphy, Carayol, Dowell, Bouchalakis
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