Huddersfield Town starting XI: Smithies; Smith, Hudson, Lynch, Robinson; Scannell, Butterfield, Coady, Bunn; Holt, Wells
Subs: Murphy, Dixon, Hogg, Ward, Wallace, Paterson, Peltier
Nottingham Forest starting XI: Darlow; Lichaj, Mancienne (c), Lascelles, Fox; Tesche, Vaughan, Lansbury, Antonio, Ince; Assombalonga
Subs: De Vries, Harding, Hunt, Osborn, Paterson, Veldwijk, Burke
Nottingham Forest are looking for their first win since the middle of September today as they travel to face Huddersfield Town.
Stuart Pearce had a superb start to the season with 17 points from seven games, but the honeymoon period certainly seems to be over at the City Ground.
The proceeding seven games have only reaped five points, with last weekend's 3-1 defeat to Blackburn Rovers a particularly low point having conceded three goals in such a short space of time.
Pearce hit the loan market for reinforcements this week with the addition of Hull City winger Tom Ince on loan until December, and he is in the starting line-up immediately.
Meanwhile, hosts Huddersfield are unbeaten in six games under Chris Powell, with three of those games being wins.
The Terriers haven't lost at home since the start of September, and will be looking to pile on the misery for Forest in a difficult spell for Pearce.
With the likes of Sean Scannell, Harry Bunn, Grant Holt and Nakhi Wells in the final third, Huddersfield certainly have the players to open up a recently porous Forest defence.