Having won in the Premier League for the first time in 8,491 days, will Nottingham Forest now win again?
Last weekend, in their first top-flight match at the City Ground for 23 years, the Reds beat West Ham 1-0.
Taiwo Awoniyi scoring the only goal in first half stoppage time, deflecting home Jesse Lingard’s scuffed effort.
The Tricky Trees were certainly lucky to claim all three points; the Hammers hit the underside of the crossbar twice, before Dean Henderson saved a second half penalty.
Nevertheless, Steve Cooper’s team are up and running but, with games against Tottenham and Man City coming up to conclude the month, they’ll be desperate for more points in this one.
Everton meanwhile are one of just three teams yet to get off the mark so sit in the relegation zone; will they end a season there for the first time since 1951?
The Toffees were beaten 2-1 at Villa Park last weekend, having lost 1-0 at home to Chelsea seven days earlier.
Substitute Amadou Onana looked bright on his debut off the bench, provoking the own goal scored by Lucas Digne against the side he left in January.
However, that could not spark a late comeback, meaning Frank Lampard’s team really need to win this one.
Will Everton’s doom and gloom, and Forest’s ecstasy, continue at Goodison Park?