Is k24 showing tomorrow Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest

On Saturday afternoon, Nottingham Forest will keep going in their fight to remain in the Premier League by taking on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. This match will take place at crucial points for Forest's survival.

Following their victory against one of their bottom opponents on Monday, Nottingham Forest are now three points above the dropping zone with three matches left to play.

Chelsea, on the other hand, is now in 11th place in the league, nine points ahead of Forest. It is also important to note that Frank Lampard's team is now 21 points behind the top four teams in the league.

Conor Gallagher, Benoit Badiashile, and Joao Felix scored the goals that lifted the Blues to a 3-1 win against Bournemouth the previous weekend. This triumph put an end to a losing streak of six games for the Blues.

However, it was Chelsea's first win since March. Since their triumph against Leicester City two months ago, the Blues have had two draws and seven losses in their last nine games.

Not only has Chelsea lost every game of their three most recent meetings at home, but the club has also struggled to win one out of their most recent 10 matches in every category. Chelsea's record in this span is 1-9-1.

Nevertheless, considering Nottingham Forest's precarious situation, Lampard and his team will remain optimistic about the possibility of securing consecutive victories for the first time since March.

It is important to note, however, that Forest has won six points out of a possible nine in their most recent three competitions, with victories of 3-1 against Brighton and 4-3 against Southampton most recently.

If you look at the wider picture, though, you'll see that Steve Cooper's team has been unable to come out on top in two of their previous 14 league matches, and in the course of things, they've been knocked out of the league nine times.

To make things even worse for the Tricky Trees, they have the poorest away record in the Premier League, having only won one of their 17 matches played away from home. This gives them the worst away record in the league.

Having lost eight games in a row on the road, Nottingham Forest will have a difficult time improving their prospects of surviving the season when they go to Stamford Bridge. This is true regardless of how Chelsea has been playing.

In head-to-head competition, Nottingham Forest was able to tie Chelsea 1-1 in the first meeting between the two teams, which took place at the City Ground in January.

However, Chelsea has not lost any of their previous five matches against Forest, and the Blues have outscored Forest by a total of 12 goals over their four victories spanning the years 2007 to 2020.

Injured players for the Chelsea squad include Armando Broja, Kalidou Koulibaly, Mason Mount, Marc Cucurella, Reece James, Marcus Bettinelli, and Ben Chilwell, according to the latest team announcement.

Dean Henderson, Chris Wood, Omar Richards, Scott McKenna, Gustavo Scarpa, Jack Colback, Jonjo Shelvey, and Neco Williams are among the injured players who are unable to play for Forest because of their absences due to injury.

Despite the fact that Forest has won two of their previous three matches, it is anticipated that Chelsea will show their might and inflict even more road-trip woes on Cooper's squad.

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