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Report | November 12
1 - 0
|Morgan Gibbs-White 54|
After being locked in at 0-0 for the first 45 minutes, Morgan Gibbs-White netted the first goal of the match for Forest in the 54th minute. This lone goal proved decisive, as Forest held on to beat Palace and take all three points.
Serge Aurier and Morgan Gibbs-White continually probed down the flank, each getting 4 crosses into the box, while Joe Worrall racked up 4 interceptions throughout the game, constantly frustrating the Eagles. The Eagles lost on the day but managed to complete 342 more passes than the Tricky Trees, highlighting their technical strength.
Forest get back in their manager's good books with a win. Meanwhile, Palace get a shock to their system as they taste defeat for the first time in a while.
|Morgan Gibbs-White||Eberechi Eze|
|1 goal scored||Drew 3 fouls (1st in the game)|
|Took 2 shots (1st on their team)||1 tackle won (2nd on their team)|
Next up, Forest face Man United in a David vs Goliath clash on Tuesday, December 27th. While Palace meet Fulham at Selhurst Park on Monday, December 26th. Can the Tricky Trees win again? Will the Eagles put this disappointment behind them?
Preview | November 12
A bouyant Palace, victors in their last two Premier League contests, travel to the City Ground to entertain Forest. The Eagles are jostling for position with Fulham, and a win here might be enough to jump them to 9th in the table. That is far from a certainty for Palace, who were defeated by the Tricky Trees 1-2 in their last league meeting.
Forest are 20th in the table and they'll be targeting all 3 points in this fixture. Scoring goals has been a big problem for Forest and their average xG (expected goals) of 0.9 is the 3rd lowest in the league. With 29 tackles and 25 interceptions, Neco Williams ranks as one of the best in the league defensively. For opportunities at goal, Jesse Lingard stands out. He has been a top distributor this season for them with 4 passes into the box over the year (130th in the EPL).
Palace come into the match confident. They've emerged victorious in 3 of their last 5. They've overcome a below average scoring attack. Their average xG (expected goals) of 1 is 6th lowest in the league. Eberechi Eze is one of Palace's most creative players. His 29 passes into the box this season puts him 12th in the Premier League. He'll be looking to add to this number in this match. Top aggressor Jeffrey Schlupp will be looking to keep the pressure up after recording 1.8 tackles per match in their last 5.
Forest-Palace Prediction: 0-0
Scoring goals hasn't been these teams' forte, so don't expect plenty of action.
Did you know? Forest conceded their most goals at home in a Premier League match to Man United, when they lost 1-8 in 1999.
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Report | November 5
2 - 2
|Morgan Gibbs-White 20||Bryan Mbeumo 45 [PK]|
|Mathias Jørgensen 90 [OG]||Yoane Wissa 75|
Morgan Gibbs-White netted the first goal of the match for Forest in the 20th minute after being found by Emmanuel Dennis. Brentford's Bryan Mbeumo retaliated with an equalizer in the 45th minute. With the match tied at 1-1, Brentford's Yoane Wissa broke the tie with a 75th minute strike. However, they weren't able to hold on as Forest got an own goal from Mathias Jørgensen in the 90th minute to secure each team one point.
Neco Williams had a field day, registering 7 crosses, although Ryan Yates was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Bees had a slight advantage, clocking up 456 completed passes to the Tricky Trees' 416.
Forest's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Brentford earn their second draw in a row.
|Morgan Gibbs-White||Bryan Mbeumo|
|Took 7 shots (6th in the Premier League)||1 goal scored|
|Had 3 shots on target (15th in the Premier League)||Took 2 shots (1st on their team)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, November 12th. Forest take on Palace at the City Ground, while Brentford meet Man City at the Etihad. Can the Tricky Trees do better next time? Will the Bees start a run of draws?
Report | October 30
5 - 0
|Reiss Nelson 49, 52|
|Thomas Partey 57|
|Martin Ødegaard 78|
Martinelli opened the score for Arsenal in the 5th minute after a set up by Bukayo Saka. After the first goal, Arsenal proceeded to add on 4 more goals on the way to a 5 goal thrashing of Forest.
Martin Ødegaard continually probed down the flank, getting 11 crosses into the box. The Gunners' fluid football shone through in the end, registering 342 more completed passes than the Tricky Trees as they took all three points. For Forest, Jesse Lingard only registered 14 touches in a frustrating game for the midfielder.
Arsenal are back in business as they take all three points. Meanwhile, Forest's mixed form continues.
|Reiss Nelson||Gabriel Jesus|
|2 goals scored||Assisted 2 goals|
|Assisted 1 goal||Took 7 shots (6th in the Premier League)|
Next up, Arsenal face old foes Chelsea on Sunday, November 6th. While Forest meet Brentford at the City Ground on Saturday, November 5th. Can the Gunners win again? Will the Tricky Trees improve their form?
Report | October 22
1 - 0
|Taiwo Awoniyi 55|
After a scoreless first 45 minutes, Taiwo Awoniyi opened the score for Forest in the 55th minute. This lone goal proved decisive, as Forest held on to beat Liverpool and take all three points.
Ryan Yates was a frequent offender, committing 5 fouls. For Liverpool, Andrew Robertson pushed hard to create chances, but his 10 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome. The Reds couldn't get the win despite dominating the ball, completing 438 more passes than the Tricky Trees.
Forest bag a win. Meanwhile, Liverpool's winning run comes to an end.
|Earned a clean sheet||Allowed 1 goal|
|Saved 7 shots||Saved 6 shots|
Next up, there's no let up for Forest as they’re faced with the prospect of a high-flying Arsenal side on Sunday, October 30th. While Liverpool meet Leeds at Anfield on Saturday, October 29th. Can the Tricky Trees win again? Will the Reds put this disappointment behind them?
Report | October 18
Brighton & Hove Albion
0 - 0
Brighton were the stronger side throughout this one, but squandered a glut of chances to break the deadlock. Forest struggled in the main and mustered just three attempts, though they managed to hold on for a share of the spoils.
Pascal Groß posed a constant threat from the wide areas, whipping in a total of 8 crosses. Despite drawing, the Seagulls technical superiority was on show as they completed 362 more passes than the Tricky Trees. For Forest, Neco Williams was one step ahead all game, recording 5 interceptions, while Jesse Lingard only registered 16 touches in a frustrating game for the midfielder.
Brighton finally get another point on the board. Meanwhile, Forest continue their string of mixed results.
|Leandro Trossard||Dean Henderson|
|Blocked 2 shots (25th in the Premier League)||Earned a clean sheet|
|2 corners won (1st in the game)||Saved 7 shots|
Both squads play next on Saturday, October 22nd. Brighton meet Man City at the Etihad, while Forest take on Liverpool at the City Ground. Can the Seagulls build on this result? Will the Tricky Trees improve their form?
Report | October 15
1 - 0
|Rúben Neves 56 [PK]|
After being locked in at 0-0 for the first 45 minutes, Rúben Neves netted a penalty to open up the scoring for Wolves in the 56th minute. This lone goal proved decisive, as Wolves kept Forest out for the rest of the game to take the three points.
Adama Traoré posed a threat out wide all game, registering 9 crosses. Wolves won the midfield battle, completing 432 passes compared to the Tricky Trees' 313. For Forest, Neco Williams seemed off the pace defensively, committing 4 fouls in a frustrating game.
Wolves' form finally picks up. Meanwhile, Forest's mixed form continues.
|José Sá||Morgan Gibbs-White|
|Earned a clean sheet||7 crosses (1st on their team)|
|Saved 2 shots||Took 2 shots (1st on their team)|
Both squads play next on Tuesday, October 18th. Wolves face Palace in a game where both teams will be desperate to come away with three points, while Forest meet Brighton at the AMEX. Can this be the start of a winning streak for Wolves? Will the Tricky Trees improve their form?
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