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Same again for Pearce

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Stuart Pearce expects to have an unchanged squad when his Nottingham Forest team host Leeds.

However, the Reds boss may make changes to his starting line up on Saturday evening, with the likes of Matty Fryatt, Jamaal Lascelles, Jack Hunt, Tom Ince, Chris Burke and Ben Osborn all providing Pearce with options.

Only Chris Cohen, Andy Reid and Jack Hobbs are unavailable. Midfielder Reid (groin) and defender Hobbs (ankle) are both back in training and it is hoped they could be back in first-team contention...

 By Chris Wright

Nottingham Forest given £250k boost from fan, but can't spend it

Fear not, Nottingham Forest can put the money to use in loan wages.

Let's start with the good news, shall we? Nottingham Forest have won a 250,000 pound transfer fund to spend in January thanks to a competition run by Sky Sports.

Yay!

The bad news: This all comes the very day after Forest were hit, along with fellow Championship sides Blackburn and Leeds, with a transfer embargo from the Football League after failing to meet Financial Fair Play targets.

Boo!

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Forest fan Shaun Lander earned the sizable cache for his beloved side by winning Sky Bet's Transfer Fund...

Millers and Forest record stalemate

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Loanee winger Emmanuel Ledesma came closest to breaking the deadlock before Rotherham United recorded a Championship goalless draw at home to Nottingham Forest.

Ledesma fired an effort from all of 30 yards onto the crossbar in a relatively poor game at the New York Stadium.

Rotherham almost took an early lead through a Forest mistake. Kelvin Wilson put a little bit too much onto a pass back to goalkeeper Karl Darlow, who made a mess of his kick, before eventually clearing away from the lurking Alex...

Nottingham Forest 1-1 Charlton Athletic

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Charlton earned their 11th stalemate of the Sky Bet Championship campaign with a 1-1 draw at Nottingham Forest - but might have had all three points if not for a wonder-goal from German midfielder Robert Tesche.

The former Hamburg man sent a spectacular 22-yard volley high into the corner of the net to earn Nottingham Forest a point at the City Ground, after Callum Harriott's 10th-minute strike had put Bob Peeters' side ahead.

But, while Charlton had been the better side in the first half, the second...

Birmingham City 2-1 Nottingham Forest

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Birmingham beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 in a frantic finish at St Andrew's to increase their unbeaten run to five games under Gary Rowett.

Birmingham appeared to be coasting to a comfortable win following David Cotterill's first-half strike when Britt Assombalonga grabbed a fine equaliser in the 84th minute.

Assombalonga was Forest's hero with his goal but he then became their villain five minutes later when he handled the ball in the area and was sent off for the offence.

Paul Caddis, who had missed...