For our Nottingham Forest vs. Wolves prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.
Two sides hoping to avoid relegation to the Championship meet in the Premier League this weekend.
Nottingham Forest currently sit 16th in the Premier League with six wins, eight draws and thirteen losses from twenty-seven games this season.
Forest's campaign has been an up and down one with Steve Cooper's side dipping in and out of form as they enter this game amidst a fairly concerning period.
Forest are coming into this game having failed to win any of their last six matches in the league, drawing two and losing four.
Their most recent game saw them suffer painful loss at the hands of Newcastle United courtesy of an injury-time penalty.
This run will be hugely concerning to Cooper as his side appear to be trending in the wrong direction at a crucial time.
Their form at home reads slightly more encouragingly having won one, drawn two and lost one of their last four matches.
Forest drastically need to improve defensively having conceded eleven goals in their last four matches, a rate that if sustained will almost guarantee relegation.
They're still two points clear of the relegation zone as things stand but they sorely, sorely need a win. A home game against Wolves right now is as close to a must-win as you'll come.
Wolverhampton Wanderers currently sit 13th in the Premier League with seven wins, six draws and fifteen losses from twenty-eight games this season.
Wolves have had a miserable season from both a results perspective and an entertainment perspective with the midlands side, along with this weekend's opponents, the joint-lowest scorers in the league.
They enter this game amidst a pretty worrying run of form having won one and lost three of their last four matches in the league.
Their most recent result was extremely worrying, with Julen Lopetegui's side losing 2-4 at home to fellow relegation rivals Leeds United.
Wolves have now won just one of their last six matches and are in the midst of a sustained slump that their fans will have to hope is not permanent.
Their form away from home is nothing to shout about either, having won one, drawn one and lost three of their last five games on the road.
Wolves' problem has been, and for some time now, that they don't have a striker to shoulder the burden of goals. That isn't going to change between now and the end of the season so somebody drastically needs to step up. As far as this game is concerned it's one they cannot afford to lose.
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