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Nottingham Forest face Burnley on Monday evening as they return to Premier League action at the City Ground. Nottingham Forest vs Burnley live stream, TV channel and how to watch Premier League
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Steve Cooper's side sit twelfth in the league table but could move up to seventh with a win as well as moving eight points clear of the bottom three. With two wins and two defeats from four games so far, Forest will be hoping for more of the former starting on Monday.
The Reds will be boosted by a host of new players that arrived on transfer deadline day, including former Chelsea man Callum Hudson-Odoi and ex-PSV midfielder Ibrahim Sangare.
Here is all the information you need to know about the match.
What time is kick-off?
The game at the City Ground on Monday, September 18 will kick off at 19:45 BST.
Is it on TV?
Yes. The game will be broadcast live in the UK by Sky Sports as part of their Monday Night Football offering. They will show the match live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
It will also be shown on USA Network in the United States, DAZN in Spain, FuboTV in Canada and ViaPlay in Scandinavia and the Baltic countries.
How can I watch the highlights?
The match highlights will be uploaded to the Sky Sports YouTube channel after the match. With the match being on Monday, it will of course not be covered on Match of the Day.
Nottingham Forest (12th in the Premier League) take on Burnley (19th in the Premier League) on Monday, 18th of September, at City Ground, at 19:45 PM (BST).
The last time the two sides faced was less than 30 days ago, when Burnley beat Forest 1-0 at the City Ground, to progress in the Carabao Cup into the third round. The only goal on the day was scored by Zeki Amdouni in the 90th minute.
Forest won their last Premier League game, beating Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge. Anthony Elanga scoring his first goal for the club to secure the win and three points.
Burnley however lost their last Premier League game, in a seven goal thriller with Tottenham at Turf Moor. Lyle Foster and Josh Brownhill with goals for Burnley, whilst a Son Heung-min hattrick and goals from Cristian Romero and James Maddison completed the scoring.
Forest will wait on fitness tests for duo Serge Aurier and Anthony Elanga, as they face a quick turnover to be ready for this fixture. Forest will also be without midfielder Danilo due to injury.
Burnley will remain without the injured Michael Obafemi and Hjalmar Ekdal, however Aaron Ramsey and Vitinho are now available for selection again, along with Anass Zaroury.
Nottingham Forest will have to cope without Danilo, who is nursing a hamstring injury that forced him to leave the field during the victory against Chelsea.
Defender Serge Aurier and forward Anthony Elanga were both questionable for the upcoming match. They would need to undergo fitness assessments for their respective injuries but are likely to be included.
Burnley continues to miss Michael Obafemi and Hjalmar Ekdal, who are sidelined due to injuries.
On a more positive note, the team welcomes back Aaron Ramsey and Vitinho, who are now available for selection. Anass Zaroury returns to the squad after completing his three-match suspension.
Steve Cooper's team recorded a big win at Chelsea before the international break, while the visitors will be looking to get their first point of the season on the board. Ahead of the clash, the Clarets will be without defender Hjalmar Ekdal, winger Darko Churlinov and striker Michael Obafemi.
Burnley have already lost as many league games - three - as they did when they won the Championship last season. A lot of people got excited about them because of the way they played expansive football to win promotion under Vincent Kompany, but this is the Premier League, and you've got to be able to defend if you want to pick up points.
Nottingham Forest will be pretty happy with their start to this Premier League season, with six points from their first four games, including a win away at Chelsea. Steve Cooper's side had won just one of their previous 20 league games away from home, but Anthony Elanga's second-half goal was enough to secure another.
Burnley absolutely stormed their way to the Championship title last season but have been brought back down to Earth with a bump since their return to the top flight. The Clarets have conceded 11 goals in their first three games, with Spurs putting five past young goalkeeper James Trafford before the international break. They may need to change their gameplan from the one that worked last season.