Date: 28th July 2007 at 7:16am
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Nottingham Forest take on Scottish Premier League side Motherwell at Fir Park this afternoon, in the last of their three match tour.

Calderwood will once again hope to give injured striker Junior Agogo a run out in the side. Junior has been out since March with a pelvic injury and was thought to be on the way back, but has been suffering from a slight hamstring. Manager Colin Calderwood told the official site. ‘He will train with us tomorrow and we’ll see how he is on Saturday morning. He’ll hopefully get on at some stage.’ Calderwood admitted that they were being cautious with the player.

It’s been a mixed bag in terms of results for the Reds on tour, with a 3-1 win over Kilmarnock, followed by a narrow 2-1 defeat to Dunfermline. The game against the Steelmen, sees Calderwood lock horns with former Leicester City manager Mark McGhee, who took over at Fir Park in June. Forest will hope to sign off in style before coming home and preparing for their final three games of the pre season against Notts, Derby (The Brian Clough Trophy) and Sheffield United next week.