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Nottingham Forest vs Bristol City Predictions

Published on 7:45pm GMT 7 February 2024

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Nottingham Forest
Bristol City

Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

Both teams have scored in Forest’s last four home games and also in five of Bristol City’s last seven away contests.

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Nottingham Forest 2-1

Reason for tip

Forest have scored exactly two goals in six of their last nine home games, but have kept only one clean sheet during that run. Bristol City, meanwhile, are regular scorers on the road, but have managed more than one strike on their travels in two of their last 11 trips.

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Taiwo Awoniyi To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Taiwo Awiniyi scored as a substitute against Arsenal last week and finally looks to be fully fit again. He has five Premier League goals for the season from just nine starts and looks set to start here in the absence of injured striker Chris Wood.

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Nottingham Forest vs Bristol City Predictions

  • Both teams have scored in Forest’s last four home games
  • Both teams have scored in five of Bristol City’s last seven away games
  • Taiwo Awiniyi scored as a substitute against Arsenal last week and finally looks to be fully fit again

More goals likely as sides target United clash

Wednesday’s FA Cup fourth-round replay between Nottingham Forest and Bristol City promises more thrills and spills than the first game at Ashton Gate.

The tie finished 0-0 with both sides missing opportunities to score and only two shots on target registered in the 90 minutes, which both came from the Premier League side.

Now the hosts for this contest and with the incentive of a possible fifth-round clash at home to inconsistent Manchester United, Forest should find the firepower to pull through.

Awoniyi looks a threat again

The loss of Chris Wood to injury should mean Taiwo Awoniyi retains his place up front and it was clear from his 90 minute-display against Bournemouth on Sunday that the striker can be a threat once more.

He scored in Forest’s 2-1 home defeat to Arsenal last week and can add to his tally of five goals in an injury-interrupted campaign.

But Bristol City can bag too – as their record of scoring at West Ham in the previous round suggests. Both teams have scored in the last four Forest home games and five of the last seven road trips for the Robins.

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