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Lewis Grabban could miss Nottingham Forest’s clash with Swansea through injury

Lewis Grabban could miss Nottingham Forest’s clash with Swansea. The forward was absent for the midweek win against Fulham after picking up a hamstring injury against Peterborough. Philip Zinckernagel and Jack Colback will also be checked after picking up knocks in the Cottagers clash. Forward Keinan Davis is still...
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Lewis Grabban targets return to Nottingham Forest starting XI in Coventry clash

Lewis Grabban hopes to make his first start since January as Nottingham Forest seek to maintain their Sky Bet Championship promotion push at home to Coventry. Grabban spent two months out with an ankle problem before returning as a second-half substitute in Saturday’s 4-1 win at Blackpool. But boss...

Top scorer Lewis Grabban misses out for Nottingham Forest with ankle injury

Nottingham Forest will be without top scorer Lewis Grabban when they host midlands rivals Leicester in the FA Cup. The 13-goal striker is facing a significant spell on the sidelines after damaging his ankle in the league defeat at Cardiff last weekend. That could pave the way for deadline-day signing...

Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal LIVE: FA Cup result, final score and reaction as Lewis Grabban fires late winner

Follow live reaction as Nottingham Forest knocked a woeful Arsenal side out of the FA Cup at the third round stage. Substitute Lewis Grabban scored a late winner for the hosts on 83 minutes after matching Mikel Arteta’s side at the City Ground, sliding in to finish a low cross from the right past Bernd Leno.It was the least Forest deserved after an organised display under manager Steve Cooper. Arsenal created few chances despite fielding a strong side, with Eddie Nketiah heading the most presentable opportunity wide of goal, and were unable to respond to falling behind. Forest will face holders Leicester in the fourth round while Arsenal’s chances of winning silverware this season comes down to the Carabao Cup, where they face Liverpool in the semi-finals this week.Follow all the reaction from the match between Forest and Arsenal below. Read More Is Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal on TV today? Kick-off time, channel and how to watch FA Cup fixtureAinsley Maitland-Niles joins Roma on loan from Arsenal

Nottingham Forest 2-1 Hull: Lewis Grabban saves the day once again with vital equaliser and match-winning assist as Steve Cooper's men come from behind to topple the Tigers

Lewis Grabban to the rescue. Again. That's 10 goals this season for the striker and he can claim the winning assist too as Forest came from behind against in-form Hull. Brennan Johnson grabbed the late winner to make it one defeat in 15 matches for Steve Cooper's team but this was still the Grabban show. On a chilly afternoon at the City Ground, he again displayed ice in his veins.

Lewis Grabban scores brace as Nottingham Forest brush aside Preston

Lewis Grabban scored twice as Nottingham Forest cruised to a comfortable 3-0 win over Preston at the City Ground. The striker opened the scoring from the penalty spot before Jack Colback’s driven volley made it 2-0 just before half-time. Grabban’s well taken second then effectively sealed all three points with...