Barnsley boss in upbeat mood
Mark Robins on Tuesday night's Oakwell clash "Nottingham Forest are a good side and they are challenging for the top two at the moment," he told his club's official website at www.barnsleyfc.co.uk. "They have had a little slip up away from home of late and hopefully that will continue on Tuesday." Robins' moved across South Yorkshire earlier in the season from Rotherham United and has guided his new side into a comfortable mid-table berth in the Championship, with faint play-off hopes still alive. He added: "We have done well on Tuesday nights recently both at home and away. We want to win this one and push ourselves all the way. "We have to come out firing on all cylinders and I am sure it will be a good game." Tuesday's game is the reverse of October's City Ground clash which was settled in dramatic fashion by Guy Moussi's injury-time strike which promptly saw the Frenchman sent off after his celebrations earned a second yellow card. "It is the most pathetic rule ever," was Billy Davies' verdict after the game although the Forest boss agreed that the referee had been left with no other option.
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