Date: 14th July 2017 at 3:04pm
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As has been the case with a number of games already this season, and will almost certainly be the case for others to come in the 2017-18 campaign, we’ve seen another change.

Nottingham Forest’s Championship meeting against Cardiff, scheduled for Saturday 25th November, has had a change to kick off time and in fact the day it’ll take place.

Due to kick off at 3pm this City Ground encounter has seen put back until the Sunday 26th November.

Obviously, Forest will still entertain Neil Warnock’s Cardiff at the City Ground but this will now have a 1pm kick off on the Sunday.

Explaining the change the Official Website said: ‘The date for Nottingham Forest`s home game against Cardiff City has been changed. The Bluebirds were originally scheduled to visit The City Ground on Saturday 25 November but this has now been pushed back to Sunday 26 November (kick-off 1pm) to avoid a clash with Notts County’s home game against Colchester United.’

Millwall and Leeds in August at the City Ground have already seen changes, Cardiff can now be added for November.

Forest’s trips to Sheffield Wednesday in September and Millwall in March 2018 have also been subjected to amendments from the originally scheduled dates when the Championship fixtures were announced.

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