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Barnsley manager Mark Robins will pick his starting line-up for Tuesday evening's clash at Nottingham Forest from an unchanged squad.

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Da Silva (left): Should retain his place

Da Silva (left): Should retain his place

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Robins has no new injury or suspension problems as his side chase a fourth straight league win against a Forest outfit hoping to extend their own winning sequence to five matches.

He said: "There's competition for places here now and we do have players waiting to seize a shirt.

"We'll have the same squad again. There is only really Bobby (Hassell) who is doing extra work with the physios but apart from that we will have a full compliment."

Hassell, sidelined for four weeks with an Achilles problem, is not quite ready to rejoin the squad, while Emil Hallfredsson has been nursing a sore knee in recent weeks and was replaced by Anderson Da Silva in Saturday's win at Doncaster.

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