No fresh concerns for Forest boss

Nottingham Forest go into their game against Ipswich without any fresh problems as they look for the win that would guarantee a play-off spot.

Last Updated: 09/04/10 at 12:10

Forest: Need one more win

Forest: Need one more win

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Boss Billy Davies still has worries over winger Paul Anderson, who missed both games over the Easter period with an Achilles tendon injury.

George Boyd, Joe Garner, Garath McCleary, David McGoldrick, Lewis McGugan and James Perch are those players who will be hoping for a recall.

The Reds will again be without captain Paul McKenna (knee) and defender Julian Bennett as he continues his rehabilitation after a long spell out through injury.

Victory for Forest would assure them of a top-six finish, regardless of Blackpool's result against already-promoted Newcastle.

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