Nottingham Forest missed a chance to move back into the playoff places as they were involved in one of the uneventful football results of the midweek action in the Championship. Keinan Davis was denied a penalty while Cameron Archer missed two golden chances for the home side. They dominated the second half but neither of the teams could find the back of the net in the end.
Preston’s Ryan Lowe: “I’ve told him [Archer] not to worry about it; it’s not a problem, there’s no blame culture. He’s scored a load of goals for us already, he’s going to score even more but I’ve looked at it back actually and it’s harder than you think because the keeper’s spread himself quite well. He scores goals like that every day in training, he’s getting in fantastic positions, I don’t mind as long as you’re getting chances. I’d have thought they were happier with a point than I am but I’m not disappointed with it.”
Nottingham Forest’s Steve Cooper: “My personal view is that we should have got a penalty. I don’t see why he [Davis] goes down. He beats the man, I’ve seen it back on the TV. He’s in the box, he’s a striker, he’s a goalscorer, why would he go down if he’s not fouled? We’ve had too many of those this season but it could have been pivotal tonight because the game could have been a lot different if we were 1-0 up.”
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