24 Dec 2017 11:24:31
I think MW will find it very hard not to keep Ben Osborn at left back for the next two games. Vaughan and Bridcutt seem to have a clear understanding that they are really one player protecting the back four, but if Vaughan cannot make it or be there for the full 90, then I'd use Cash in his place. Paul Taylor thinks Carayol and Osborn make things happen working together, but it would be nice to see McKay and Ben doing the same thing. For the next two games we need to be up and at them from the starting whistle. I'm very optimistic but of course we are still on the roller-coaster so anything could happen.

1.) 24 Dec 2017
24 Dec 2017 12:20:44
Agreed but caryoll does not look fit to me and spent a lot of time wandering disintersted yesterday. Mckay would be a better option. Ward made a difference too yesterday!

2.) 24 Dec 2017
24 Dec 2017 13:31:16
Thoroughly agree BSE the Owls are managerless , in poor form, low in confidence and with a long injury list.They are there for the taking plus we 're at home so I'd go more attacking put Cashy in for either Vaughn or Bridcutt probably the former and let's have a real go at them.Otherwise start the same line up as per Preston assuming everyone's fit with attacking options on the bench like McKay,Walker,Wardy.

3.) 24 Dec 2017
24 Dec 2017 14:05:20

Warburton has said that Osborn's Forest career could lie at Left Back, Matty Cash at Right Back.

4.) 24 Dec 2017
24 Dec 2017 15:53:24
Benny was a left back before he switched to midfield: the only problem is he is small and won't get many headers, and the weight of his tackling is minimal, big strikers may just push him aside.

5.) 24 Dec 2017
24 Dec 2017 18:42:45
So was Ashley Cole,he's got the perfect engine to play that roll.
He's not going to make a central midfielder,It's either left back or left wing for me,or sell