Billy Davies is pleased that his side know what they have to do at the City Ground on Tuesday Whereas Blackpool boss Ian Holloway now has to decide whether to stick or twist with his side's one-goal advantage, the Reds are clear from the outset that they will be going all out for the win. With 18 home victories under their belt from 23 league games, Forest's tactics are unlikely to differ much from a normal Saturday in the Championship, something that delights Davies. "We know how we play and what we can do on that surface and in those surroundings," he said, while calling for a 'cauldron' of noise and colour at the City Ground. "We will have our fans right behind us. I hope they have their best voices on and their colours out and that they make the atmosphere electric. "If they get right behind this Forest team, we will make sure we work very hard to get the result we want."