Date: 9th May 2010 at 9:03pm
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Nottingham Forest play their biggest game in years on Tuesday night, when they face Blackpool in the second leg of the Championship playoff semi final at the City Ground.

A full house of 30,000 is expected and manager Billy Davies is urging fans to do their bit and get behind the team.

Blackpool take a slender one goal lead into the tie, with a 2-1 from win from the 1st leg. Speaking on the official site, Davies said. ‘I want to urge the fans to get right behind the players, make sure the colours are waving and the atmosphere is electric. Get behind the players and we will do everything we can to get to Wembley.’

There’s no better sight or sound in football, than when the City Ground is in full voice and it will play a part on Tuesday. For the first time in 11 years, fans have something they can be proud of and a team of players willing to die for the cause. It’s bound to be a tense evening, but with the backing of the fans, it could be the difference between winning and losing. So sing your hearts out for the lads!