Blackpool manager Ian Holloway knows that his side are only at half-time in their bid to reach Wembley The Reds poor away form continued at Bloomfield Road on Saturday lunchtime, despite Chris Cohen handing them an early lead. Holloway is well aware however that throughout the season, Forest have proved a different proposition on their own patch. "I don't think one goal's enough," he warned. "We're going to have to score down there because I think they will, truthfully. "So I'm going to go there and attack and attack and attack and score. I guarantee you that now, I'm not going to worry about trying to defend a lead. "You cannot do that at Notts Forest. You can't do it, they're too good at home."