Millwall starting XI: Forde; Edwards, Dunne, Beevers, Malone; Abdou, Williams; Woolford, McDonald, Easter; Ranegie
Subs: King, Webster, Upson, Chaplow, Onyedinma, Gueye, Fuller
Nottingham Forest starting XI: Darlow; Hunt, Mancienne, Wilson, Lichaj; Vaughan, Tesche, Lansbury; Antonio, Assombalonga, Burke.
Subs: De Vries, Harding, Fox, Veldwijk, Lascelles, Paterson, Osborn
Nottingham Forest will be hoping to maintain their impressive unbeaten start to the season as they face Millwall this afternoon.
Hosts Millwall are currently sat bang in the middle of the Championship table having picked up 10 points from seven games, but are coming off successive defeats to Ipswich Town and Reading, meaning Iain Holloway's side will be fighting to prevent a third defeat in seven days.
They welcome a Forest side which has been nothing short of outstanding so far this term. New manager Stuart Pearce has seen his team win five and draw two of their opening seven games, and much of that has been down to the spectacular form of Britt Assombalonga.
The former Peterborough striker make it eight goals in seven games on Tuesday night in Forest's 5-3 win over Fulham, and Millwall will have the unenviable task of trying to keep the Congolese hitman quiet this afternoon.
In defence, Kelvin Wilson returns to the side after a lengthy injury battle, and David Vaughan comes in for Ben Osborn in midfield as Forest look to cope without Chris Cohen in the engine room.