Majewski missing for Town clash

Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies is without Poland international Radoslaw Majewski for the trip to Ipswich Town on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 14/09/09 at 16:41

Majewski: Knee injury

Majewski: Knee injury

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The midfielder, on loan from Groclin Grodzisk, is nursing a knee injury picked up in training on Friday.

Majewski has joined defender Julian Bennett and midfielder James Perch on the sidelines.

Forward Nathan Tyson, who missed the trip to Sheffield Wednesday, is a doubt after becoming a father again in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Paul Anderson will keep his place in midfield after his man-of-the-match performance at Wednesday while Kelvin Wilson and Lewis McGugan, who made a surprise return at Hillsborough following a fractured cheekbone, are pushing for recalls to the starting line-up.

Forest, unbeaten in their last four matches, have not won on their travels since February.

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