Welcome to today's Nottingham Forest pre-match webchat LIVE from St Andrew's. The Reds face Birmingham City in the Championship today, with the match set to kick-off at 3pm. And ahead of their return to action after the latest international break, the Post's Paul Taylor will be in the press box ready to answer questions from fans on the club, from around 1:30pm. You can ask Paul absolutely anything you want to, and he will attempt to answer as many questions as possible before kick-off.
Nottingham Forest suffered a frustrating afternoon at St Andrew’s, with Birmingham City claiming a 1-0 win thanks to Che Adams’ early striker. Mark Warburton’s side had a few chances to take a share of the spoils, but this was one of those days where they could not make the most of the good positions they got themselves into.
Nottingham Forest gave themselves “a mountain to climb” by conceding yet another early goal according to Mark Warburton – but the manager still felt his side did enough in Birmingham to deserve a share of the spoils. Steve Cotterill’s side battled their way to a 1-0 win against the Reds at St Andrew’s, after Che Adams had given them the lead after only five minutes, following an uncharacteristic slip from Ben Osborn in the centre of midfield.
Player ratings were tough today.... #nffc were far from awful. Just lacked quality in final third. Contrast with QPR performance doesn't help matters. This was way below that, but still not poor. Frustrating. https://t.co/fG2F8wNPEH
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