It's the final countdown... A look at Nottingham Forest's last 10 opponents of the 2018/19 Championship season - in pictures

These are the teams standing in the way of Nottingham Forest and their hopes of sneaking into the Championship play-offs.

Thursday, 7th March 2019, 3:30 pm
Updated Wednesday, 13th March 2019, 9:23 am
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Here we take a look at the Reds' last 10 opponents of the regular Championship season, can the Reds see them off and secure a top six spot?

Weds 13th March, 7.45pm. Villa have welcomed back the influential Jack Grealish from injury of late and also boast one of the division's leading marksmen in Tammy Abraham. Outside shot of the play-offs.
Sat 16th March, 3pm - Struggling Ipswich are hanging on to their Championship status by a thread. Not even the mid-season appointment of ex-Norwich boss Paul Lambert has helped the Tractor Boys turn the corner.
Sat 30th March, 3pm - Mid-table Swansea City manager Graham Potter has given youth a chance this season following the club's relegation from the Premier League. Speedster Daniel James has a growing list of admirers.
Sat 6th April, 3pm. Remarkably, this fixture has ended in a draw the last eight times it has been played in Rotherham. Fighting for Championship survival, midfielder Will Vaulks leads the club's scoring charts this season.
Tues 9th April, 7.45pm. The Owls are part of a collection of teams, including Forest, looking to make a late surge for the top six. Managed by serial promotion hunter Steve Bruce. Adam Reach so often providing the creative spark.
Sat 13th April, 3pm. Rovers have been on a rough trot lately, slipping down the table and unlikely to threaten their Championship status. All eyes will be on Ben Brereton to see if the 7m signing from the Reds can produce.
Fri 19th April, 3pm. Chris Wilder's Blades are in the hunt for automatic promotion, defying the odds and experts all season, and led by inspirational skipper Billy Sharp, who Forest fans know all about.
Mon 22nd April, 3pm. Another ex-Red, Britt Assombalonga, tops the Boro's scoring charts this season in an efficient working Tony Pulis side, who boast the division's best defensive record by a country mile.
Sat 27th April, 3pm. Steve McClaren's QPR silenced the City Ground in the reverse fixture before Christmas, winning 1-0, but with little to play for the Reds might well be relishing the opportunity to right a wrong.
Sun 5th May, 12.30. Another team in the bottom three of the Championship, Bolton are the division's lowest scorers. Summer signing Clayton Donaldson has proved to be a handful for the Reds down the years.