Nottingham Forest left with double injury concern as 'huge error' proves costly

Nottingham Forest have been left sweating on the fitness of Keinan Davis and Scott McKenna after their defeat at Luton Town.

Both were forced off with hamstring issues as the Reds fell 1-0 at Kenilworth Road.

 It means a nervy wait for boss Steve Cooper to see whether they are available for Monday’s clash at home to West Bromwich Albion (8pm kick-off).

Defender McKenna was brought off just past the 65-minute mark, with Forest switching from a three-man back line to a four as a result. 

Boss Steve Cooper pointed to a “huge error” from the officials as Nottingham Forest’s winning run came to an end against Luton Town.

The Reds were not at their best as they fell 1-0 at Kenilworth Road to their promotion rivals. But some questionable officiating did not help their cause.

A controversial first-half penalty proved to be the difference between the two sides, as Kal Naismith was clinical from the spot after Jack Colback had been penalised for a handball.

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