Recent updates from NottinghamshireLive report on Nottingham Forest gearing up to take on Manchester City in the Premier League.

Phil Foden has characterized Manchester City’s offensive prowess as “terrifying” in anticipation of their match against Nottingham Forest. The Premier League titleholders dominated Brighton with a 4-0 victory on Thursday before their upcoming clash with Forest at the City Ground on Sunday. Foden netted twice in the first half following an opening goal by Kevin De Bruyne, with Julian Alvarez sealing the win with a fourth goal in the second half.


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Despite the absence of star striker Erling Haaland, who may make a return against Forest, Manchester City displayed formidable attacking prowess. Foden expressed to Sky Sports Main Event, “Brighton is a very tough team to play against.”


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“They [Brighton] like to go man for man and play beautiful football, but I think Kevin’s goal and the fortunate nature of my second goal settled us, and we gained momentum as the game progressed. In the first half, our attacking play was truly frightening.”

Guardiola has suggested that Haaland could make a comeback against Nottingham Forest after being sidelined due to a muscle injury in their victory over Brighton. “I’d rather have Erling available than not having him in the squad,” he remarked after the match. “I’ve spoken with him, and he mentioned feeling better, but I’m unsure.”

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