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Nuno Espirito Santo has made six changes for his 2nd crippled successful complaint of Nottingham Forest — but has kept religion pinch goalkeeper Matt Turner for today's conflict astatine Newcastle.

Forest's caller caput coach has shuffled his battalion successful nan northbound east, changing some his full-backs and some deeper-lying midfielders. Nuno has nevertheless retained USMNT keeper Turner successful goal. Forest were beaten 3-2 by Bournemouth successful Nuno’s first crippled successful complaint and, while Turner was not blameworthy of immoderate glaring errors, he was already nether nan spotlight pursuing a bad correction successful what proved to beryllium Steve Cooper’s last crippled successful charge, against Tottenham.

In nan aftermath of nan conclusion to Bournemouth, Nuno hinted that he mightiness reconstruct Greek world Odi Vlachodimos arsenic goalkeeper. “I would emotion to beryllium capable to show you that Turner will beryllium our goalkeeper but, successful this moment, it is astir performance. Any decisions we make will beryllium based connected capacity and everybody has to improve,” Nuno said.

But while Turner gets different opportunity astatine St. James’ Park, Gonzalo Montiel and Ola Aina person been restored to nan backmost four, wherever Moussa Niakhate besides comes successful for nan suspended Willy Boly.

Ibrahim Sangare and Danilo will dress up a caller midfield pairing and Callum Hudson-Odoi will run successful nan supporting three, wrong a 4-2-3-1 formation.

Club skipper Joe Worrall, who had been sidelined pursuing a disagreement pinch Cooper, is besides backmost connected nan chair for nan first time. His past quality was successful precocious October, erstwhile he came disconnected nan chair against Luton Town.

Nottingham Forest XI: Turner; Montiel, Niakhaté, Murillo, Aina; Sangaré, Danilo; Hudson-Odoi, Gibbs-White (c), Elanga; Wood

Nottingham Forest subs: Vlachodimos, Tavares, Worrall, Mangala, Williams, Kouyaté, Domínguez, Yates, Origi

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