Nottingham Forest v Blackburn match preview panel
Forest (from): Camp, Halford, Ayala, Collins, Harding, Gillett, Cohen, McGugan, Reid, Majewski, Sharp, Evtimov, Lansbury, Moloney, Jenas, Moussi, Coppinger, Greening, Lascelles.
Team news: Forest will be without no fewer than three players through suspension, with Dexter Blackstock starting the first of a three-match ban, Adlene Guedioura sitting out the last of his and Simon Cox missing one game for collecting his fifth booking.
Marcus Tudgay had surgery on a hernia last week and will be out until after the international break and Sam Hutchinson is still struggling with his knee problem, which remains inflamed despite an injection.
Jermaine Jenas may be involved in the squad for the first time, but is still only likely to be handed a place among the substitutes, as he is short of match fitness.
Blackburn: Robinson, Orr, Dann, Olsson, Givet, Hanley, Etuhu, Pedersen, Murphy, Lowe, Rhodes, Gomes, Dunn, Nunes, Formica, Kean, Ribeiro, Rochina.
Team news: Blackburn do not have any particular injury problems ahead of the game, although there remains a question mark over Gael Givet.
The 30-year-old French defender was substituted at half-time against Charlton on Saturday, with caretaker boss Eric Black later revealing that the player had not suffered an injury and that it had been a tactical decision.
Danger man: Jordan Rhodes.
The striker has already netted a decisive goal against Forest this season, securing a point for Huddersfield with an injury time penalty.
His strike record for the Terriers was enough to persuade Blackburn to part with £8m for the 22-year-old before deadline day. He has already netted three goals in five appearances for Rovers.