Nottingham Forest Betting Odds

After buying more players than any other team in the last two seasons, Nottingham Forest have managed to survive in the Premier League for two seasons but many Nottingham Forest predictions have the club being relegated next season. Their task in 2023/24 was made significantly harder due to a breach of the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules, which led to the club being deducted four points and their odds to be relegated were significantly cut. However, it looks like Forest will survive and the City Ground will have Premier League football again next season.

Betting on Nottingham Forest matches

When looking at betting on Nottingham Forest matches, it is best to bet on the club to win at home when it is other side Vs Nottingham Forest at their home ground, they tend to win. Steve Cooper's Nottingham Forest won away to Chelsea and Nuno Espirito Santo's Nottingham Forest beat Newcastle United at St James' Park in this first game but overall, the end result is typically the same, no win for the away side.

Nottingham Forest odds for home matches are more versatile, similar to most teams. However, their home record still leaves a lot to be desired. However, Nottingham Forest betting tips will send punters in the direction of goals in Forest matches, they easily had over 100 goals in their games last season and although they conceded more than they scored. They had just one 0-0 draw last season and three games finished 1-0. So, the over 1.5 goals market for Nottingham Forest is a highly sought-after bet in Nottingham Forest matches.

Betting on Nottingham Forest Transfers

For a side that tends to buy significantly more than they sell, it seems inevitable that the club will have to sell prized asset Morgan-Gibbs White or make a profit on a number of their signings. Murillo is another of their top players that will generate substantial profit if sold.

However, with Emmanuel Dennis, Remo Freuler, Orel Mangala, Lewis O'Brien and Omar Richards all out on loan, they could look to sell those players instead. Whatever happens, it's going to be a very important transfer window for Nottingham Forest.

Betting on Nottingham Forest in Domestic Competitions

Nottingham Forest have - in the past fallen short in regards to cup competitions. However, in recent seasons, they have shown an ability to progress to the latter stages. In 2023/24, they struggled, needing two replays to get beyond Blackpool and Bristol City before losing out to eventual FA Cup finalists Manchester United. The club also lost 1-0 in the second round of the EFL Cup to Burnley.

However, in the last two seasons, they have made the EFL Cup semi-final - again losing to Manchester United and the FA Cup quarter-finals where they lost to Liverpool. So, Forest are more than capable of pulling together a cup run. However, the next steps would be getting beyond the bigger teams and pulling off the upset when they can in these fixtures.

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