Fears Premier League clash could be CALLED OFF due to floods with club on red alert and in talks with police | The Sun10/20/2023
NOTTINGHAM FOREST'S home clash with Luton is at risk of being CALLED OFF due to floods.
However, the hosts remain "hopeful" the game will still go ahead despite the extreme weather.
Forest are due to host newly-promoted Premier League side Luton at 3pm on Saturday afternoon.
Flooding in the city has led to fears the match could be postponed.
But according to The Athletic, the home side are optimistic the match will take place as scheduled.
Forest will stay in constant contact with the safety advisory group, police and local councils as they monitor the heavy rainfall.
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The treacherous conditions are expected to continue into Saturday.
According to Manchester Evening News, the North West is also expected to be hit hard by the weather as four more games threaten to be impacted.
They are Liverpool vs Everton, Manchester City vs Brighton, Newcastle vs Crystal Palace and Sheffield United vs Manchester United.
Roads in Nottingham have been forced to close due to the floods, with rail services also impacted.
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