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We remain second from bottom in the table, we showed commendable work-rate but created little. Atdhe Nuhiu and Connor Wickham wasted their best chances before the break. Nuhiu headed narrowly wide when he should have at least tested keeper Karl Darlow while Wickham, who scored both goals in the shock midweek win over leaders Leicester, fired directly at Darlow when through on goal. And Nuhiu then missed a glorious chance, showing a poor touch after a Darlow miss-kick. Cox, who already fired a long shot over the bar, went close with a drilled angled shot when he had Andy Reid and Djamal Abdoun in support. The visitors led when Cox was on hand to score with a simple finish, to elevate Forest up to fifth in the table. They could have gone 2-0 ahead, but their strong appeals for a penalty following a challenge on Cox were ignored. At the other end, Jose Semedo, Wickham and Reda Johnson had half chances and, in injury time, Roger Johnson's shot screwed narrowly wide but we could not find an equalizer.