Davies ready for Cardiff clash

Billy Davies is confident his Nottingham Forest side can cause a stir when they face Championship leaders Cardiff City on Saturday.

Last Updated: 13/04/13 at 15:03 Post Comment

Billy Davies: Says Nottingham Forest need two more wins and a draw to reach the

Billy Davies: Says Nottingham Forest need two more wins and a draw to reach the

City need seven points from their last five games to ensure promotion to the Premier League and Davies believes a similar tally for fifth-placed Forest will guarantee their place in the top six.

Speaking to the club's official website, the Championship Manager of the Month said: "We probably need two more wins and a draw to get into the play-offs - maybe three wins. The Championship is a tight affair.

"It's another very difficult away game for us - Cardiff have done very well this year and have a lot of good players. But we know if we go there and be positive then we can cause them a lot of problems. We have the players to win the match.

"It should be an exciting game of football."

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