Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton has revealed he is looking forward to a high-quality encounter against a 'brave' Fulham side tonight at the City Ground.
Fulham travel to the midlands this evening to face Forest on the back of a 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough, which saw the Whites concede moments after taking the lead once again - the sixth point they've dropped from a winning position this season.
Warburton wants his Forest side to try and dominate the games they play in, similar to how Slavisa Jokanovic wants his side to play, and the Forest boss is expecting a formidable challenge against Fulham tonight.
He said: "We have an important week ahead of us and we face two formidable challenges. It is important for us to try and dominate the football and get the results we are looking for.
"Fulham are a good footballing team, they like to move the ball, are dangerous in possession, have players who can hurt you but it should suit us and we are looking forward to what should be a high-quality encounter.
"Fulham are brave, they take risks and we know what we face. We are very similar and we are frustrated after Saturday but we have to move on quickly such are the demands of this league.
"The quick turnaround is good and it challenges the squad, on and off the field. You have to move on; there is no feeling sorry for yourself or hangover as you can't afford to. Games come thick and fast and you have to be prepared for each and every fixture."