West Brom vs Nottingham Forest preview: Championship clash live on Sky Sports Football
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Last Updated: 12/02/19 10:42pm
West Brom boss Darren Moore has reported no new injury problems for his side's home game against Nottingham Forest, live on Sky Sports Football from 7.30pm on Tuesday.
Jacob Murphy and Stefan Johansen returned to the starting line-up in the weekend win at Stoke, while fellow loanee Jefferson Montero stepped off the bench and all three are expected to feature again.
Winger Matt Phillips is still out due to an ankle problem, while Wes Hoolahan and Kyle Bartley are among those pushing for starts. Midfielder James Morrison has been sidelined with an ankle injury and last appeared for the Baggies in early January.
Forest pair Yohan Benalouane and Jack Colback return to contention following respective one and two-game bans. Recent signing Molla Wague is pushing for a first start after stepping off the bench to score on his debut in Saturday's home win against Brentford.
Boss Martin O'Neill also handed home debuts to defender Alex Milosevic and forward Leo Bonatini, while midfielder Ryan Yates made his first league start and it remains to be seen if they all continue. Full-back Tendayi Darikwa is hoping to feature after recently completing a three-game ban, but fellow defender Michael Dawson (hamstring) is still out.
This is the first meeting between West Brom and Nottingham Forest at the Hawthorns in any competition since January 2010 - a 3-1 victory for Forest in the Championship.
The Baggies last defeated Nottingham Forest at the Hawthorns in a league match in November 2001, a 1-0 victory with Uwe Rosler scoring the winner.
West Brom have lost both of their home matches in all competitions under Darren Moore during February 2019 - they had lost just three of his first 21 home games in charge (W11 D7).
Nottingham Forest haven't lost five consecutive away matches in all competitions since March 2010, a run of eight in a row under Billy Davies.
West Brom striker Jay Rodriguez has scored five league goals in five appearances against Nottingham Forest.
Nottingham Forest manager Martin O'Neill has lost his last three league games against West Bromwich Albion, all with Sunderland in the Premier League between February 2012 and February 2013.