The Daily Acca: Forest to stand tall at Ashton Gate

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Huge selections of games. They finished six places higher and 14 points better off than Forest last year, but Lee Johnson doesn't have the budget of his counterpart. The Robins finished the previous campaign with just four wins from their final 11 fixtures at Ashton Gate and although the visitors were no great shakes away from the City Ground, this could be the beginning of a new dawn for the Nottingham club.

The Sky Blues are back in the third tier of English football and there appears to be a bit of a feel-good factor back at the club. I am not suggesting that everything is rosy, as the club owners are still in dispute with the fans, but the team are on the up and Mark Robins has been influential in that. This is his second spell at the Ricoh and he has the team playing great football. Unfortunately he couldn't keep hold of Mark McNulty over the summer, but he has plenty of young players at his disposal - including new-boy, Dexter Walters.

Today's opponents are Scunthorpe United and they finished last season well to make the Play-offs. Things didn't work out for them however as they lost over two legs to Rotherham, and they haven't performed well in pre-season either.

This League One fixture is all about goals as Luton enter the division having topped the average goals per game charts in League Two last year. Their matches averaged 3. Nathan Jones ' men banged in a huge total of 94 goals themselves, which was 15 more than any other side. Given that attacking football worked so well for them last year, I can't see that their tactics will change at this higher level.

Pompey were only 16th of 24 when it came to average goals per game in League One last season, but their games still averaged 2. OK, I get it. This could be the man to lead Nottingham Forest back into the Premier League. Join today View market.

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