Forest boss ready to make changes

Nottingham Forest are expected to make changes as they look to return to winning ways on their travels against Doncaster on Saturday.

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Perch: Could return at full-back

Perch: Could return at full-back

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The Reds have lost just twice on the road this season but those defeats have come in their last two outings at Midlands rivals Derby and Coventry.

Boss Billy Davies made three changes to his side at the Ricoh Arena in midweek, including handing Joe Garner his first start since November.

The forward could lose his place for the trip to south Yorkshire with Dele Adebola, Robert Earnshaw and David McGoldrick all vying for recalls.

Another possible switch could see James Perch return at full-back with Chris Cohen reverting back to a midfield role.

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