Chris Hughton will manage his first Nottingham Forest match this weekend, as he takes a struggling side up to Ewood Park to face Blackburn Rovers.
After parting company with Sabri Lamouchi in the aftermath of a 2-1 home defeat to Bristol City, Forest sit in the relegation zone on zero points. Blackburn have made a solid start in comparison, as they currently occupy the play-off places and are unbeaten in three matches.
Adam Armstrong has made a brilliant start to the campaign, scoring five in four games already, following on from his impressive tally last season of 16. Tony Mowbray’s side are far and away the league’s early top scorers with 11, and playing against a lowly Forest side, Armstrong will fancy his chances of adding to his numbers.