Date: 23rd July 2007 at 4:03pm
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Nottingham Forest begin a three game tour of Scotland tomorrow and Forest manager Colin Calderwood hopes that striker Junior Agogo can get a game under his belt in his bid to get back to full fitness.

The Reds take on Kilmarnock tomorrow night in the first of three games in Scotland. Games against Motherwell and Dunfermline will follow the game at Rugby Park.

Colin Calderwood told the official site today.’As long as Junior doesn’t suffer any reactions to today’s training sessions, he will come on as a substitute tomorrow.’

Good news indeed for Agogo, who injured his pelvis in March. If all goes well, he should be fit for the start of the new season. Forests’ other injured striker Nathan Tyson is likely to be out for several more weeks, with damaged knee ligaments. He will definitely miss the start of the new campaign.

 

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