Date: 27th September 2008 at 11:19am
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It’s been a tough start for the Reds’ in our first season back in the Championship, particularly away from home. Forest have yet to pick up a single point on their travels so far and CC wants to rectify that, starting at Home Park this afternoon.

Following a stuttering start themselves, the Pilgrims have found a couple of wins can turn things round. They’ve just won their last two away games and jumped up the table to 18th. Their home form is what’s causing concern for Sturrock and his boys, having only picked up one point from their three games to date.

Forest are facing two away games this week, with a trip to Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night. Calderwood told the official site. ‘We have to get something from these games because we can’t carry on not picking up points away. It’s not good enough and if we keep on failing it will put a lot of pressure on us when we play at home. I know we are capable of it and if we want an example of how fortunes can change, we only have to look at the Plymouth side we face this weekend.’

Home Park will be as good a place as any to start and it may be our best chance for our first win. Their home form isn’t great and if we can get off to a decent start then we have a chance. Alot will rest on the shoulders of Andrew Cole and it may be his best chance to show us what he can do, following his outburst this week.

 

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