F.A. Cup Day

It is FA Cup Fourth Round weekend with Forest making the short trip into Derbyshire for a crunch match with rivals Derby County.

Billy Davies believes tonight's FA Cup clash will be a test of nerve for his Nottingham Forest players.

There's expected to be a white red atmosphere at Pride Park for the fourth round tie – with the return of former Derby boss Davies adding extra spice to the occasion.
And as he finalised his preparations for the short trip down Brian Clough Way, Davies said: "I'm finding out about the players every day, in every training session and every game we go into.

"I asked questions of them last week when we played Plymouth with regard to having the courage to play at The City Ground and having the belief to grind out results.
"I've said to them this week that we've got to step into places like Pride Park, stand up and be counted, work very, very hard and show how well we can play."
Enjoy the game where ever you have decided to watch it and hopefully come 6.20pm on Sunday we will be in the hat for the Fifth Round.
Forest v Sheffield Wednesday
Forest are back in action on Tuesday night at The City Ground (7.45 p.m.) with another electric atmosphere expected.
The South Yorkshire contingent is expected to bring a travelling support of up to 4,000 fans as Forest look to extent an unbeaten run in the league stretching back to Boxing Day.
Forest v QPR, 'Kids for a Quid' tickets are also on sale from the morning of Saturday 24th January from the ticket office and online.

Source: NFFC