Forest defender Joe Worrall. Credit: Ritchie Sumpter Photography.

Nottingham Forest will play at home to Peterborough tomorrow to face a side without a win since October 23.

The Posh find themselves 22nd in the Sky Bet Championship table with 16 points from the 20 games they have played so far this season.

Peterborough fans making the 58-mile journey will hope that Posh can turn poor results into good ones, starting at the City Ground this Saturday.

Striker Siriki Dembélé is the leading goal-scorer for the Posh this term with four goals, while both Jonson Clark-Harris and Harrison Burrows have three.

There could be a familiar face lining up for Peterborough tomorrow as Jorge Grant takes on his former club.

Grant arrived at the City Ground in 2013 and after a series of loan spells at the likes of Notts County and Mansfield, he left for Peterborough this summer.

The 26-year-old central midfielder has made 15 appearances this season, scoring once and getting three assists in the process.

Former Derby striker Jack Marriot could come up against the Reds tomorrow.

27-year-old Marriot has made 69 appearances for Forest’s east-midlands rivals scoring ten goals.

He scored twice in Derby’s play-off semi-final victory over Leeds at Elland Road and then scored the Rams’ only in the final against Aston Villa in 2019.

Peterborough are on a bad run of form, losing four of their last six and only scoring once in those matches.

They have not found the back of the net since November 2 and have only managed 17 goals so far this season.

Forest have kept two consecutive clean sheets from their last two, and will hope to maintain this defensive form.

This should be a fairly simple assignment for Steve Cooper’s men, who need a win after drawing three games on the bounce.