Sitting at the very bottom of the EFL Championship table, Gareth Ainsworth's Wycombe Wanderers will be hoping to pick up a much needed three points on Saturday afternoon, as they welcome their first ever opponents at their Adams Park Stadium in the form of Nottingham Forest.
Following their midweek goalless draw, the Chairboys want to build on both a valuable point and also a very rare clean sheet. Even with the confidence boost of a clean sheet, it still remains a tall order for Wycombe to regain the lost ground of a whole 12 points between them and safety.
As for the visitors, Chris Hughton's Nottingham Forest side will be in a buoyant mood following a precious 2-1 win away at Coventry City. Despite their well earned win, they still only sit three points above the drop zone and can't afford to let their foot off the gas with Rotherham United finding form and sitting only three points behind the Reds with two games in hand.
A Lyle Taylor brace, at the City Ground, saw Forest take all three points last time these two sides met.
Joe Jacobson and Dominic Gape have been welcomed back into first team training in recent days and so are in contention for selection this weekend. Defender Anthony Stewart has worked his way back to full fitness and has found himself back involved in Wycombe's match day squad in recent weeks.
Forest will continue to be without Harry Arter, Ryan Yates and Scott McKenna as the trio step up their injury rehab following spells out. In his pre match press conference the Reds boss Chris Hughton said that his medical staff will monitor and regularly assess both Sammy Ameobi and Samba Sow. Forest's 6"4 winger Ameobi limped off at half time in Forest's midweek win but the full extent of his injury hasn't been fully revealed. Fullback Yuri Ribeiro is now available for selection after serving a three match suspension.
Wycombe Wanderers: (4-3-3)
Allsop,; Grimmer; Tafazolli; Muskwe; Jacobson; Bloomfield; Knight; Ofoborh; Onyedinma; Ikpeazu; Obita.
Nottingham Forest: (4-2-3-1)
Samba; Christie; Figueiredo; Worrall; Bong; Garner; Cafu; Knockaert; Krovinivic; Freeman; Grabban.
Ones to watch
Wycombe will be glad to see the return of key man Joe Jacobson to the first team fold in recent days. The left back has been an ever present in the Wycombe side since 2014, amassing over 250 appearances in a Chairboys shirt. In that time, the former Wales U-21 international has scored over 30 league goals and has three to his name this season, as well as four assists. If Wycombe are to stay in the Championship all the experience and knowledge the 34 year old has will be crucial.
Since his arrival in 2018 goals have always been a guarantee from Lewis Grabban. In his first two seasons at the club the £6million front man scored 17 and 20 goals. But this season, Grabban has been hampered by poor form and injury. With only three goals to his name this campaign it looks unlikely Grabban will meet the high standards his previous form has set. But with two goals in his last four league games, Forest's number seven could be re-finding his goal-scoring form right when it matters.
How to watch
The only way to watch this game is through the official iFollow service which can be accessed through both Wycombe and Forest's club websites.