Nottingham Forest travel to Sheffield United this weekend with a place in the quarter finals of the FA Cup up for grabs.
Nottingham Forest came from two goals down to beat Watford 4-2 last night, in a sensational second half comeback at the City Ground.
A look ahead to the big Midlands games in the Championship tonight.
Nottingham Forest 1 – 2 Leicester
Crystal Palace 1 – 1 Peterborough
Brighton 2 – 0 Wolves
Birmingham 1 – 0 Blackburn
Derby 0 – 0 Millwall
Huddersfield 0 – 1 Barnsley
Nottinghamshire Police are warning Leicester City fans not to travel to the East Midlands derby with Nottingham Forest. Both teams are fighting for a place in the play-offs.
2000 Foxes fans with tickets will make the journey to Nottingham, but police are worried some fans may have bought tickets in the home stand.
Nottingham Forest beat Millwall 1-0 to remain just outside of the play-off places on goal difference to sixth-placed Bolton thanks to Greg Halford's eighth-minute score.
Former manager Billy Davies returned to Nottingham Forest two weeks go.
Jonathan Greening spoke to Steve Clamp to explain what Davies has done since he's been back.
Former manager Billy Davies returned to Nottingham Forest two weeks go. The fans had wanted him all along so expectations were high.
Steve Clamp spoke to two Forest players who've seen a lot over the last few months to find out what Davies has done.
A charity set up by Nottingham Forest footballer Billy Sharp, in memory of his son who died aged just two days old has raised more than £50,000 in its first year.
The Luey Jacob Sharp Foundation was formed in January last year to make a difference to families affected by gastroschisis, a condition causing babies to be born with organs outside their body, which is usually picked up by week 14 of the pregnancy.
As well as raising money to fund research into the condition, the charity is also hoping to raise awareness and is campaigning for better care of pregnant mothers carrying babies with gastroschisis.
Sharp and his partner Jade Fair have been working tirelessly since the foundation launched in 2012 following Luey's death from the condition and are delighted to have raised £53,000 within the first year.
New Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has told the media that he felt he left the club too early last time round and he has "unfinished business".
Davies started his first day back in charge of the reds today.
Billy Davies started his first days work today back at Nottingham Forest after re-joining the reds last week.
He told the media at a press conference: "We have got absolute loyal supporters here".