Barnsley welcome Nottingham Forest to Oakwell for a Championship match scheduled to kick-off at 19:45 on Friday, November 25 and you can find all the live stream information including kick-off time in our match preview right here.
Though Barnsley and Forest both occupy the bottom half of the Championship table, there will be plenty of quality on the pitch.
Judging from head-to-head history, we could also be in store for a goal-fest. Even though the last match between the two was a 1-0 triumph for Barnsley back in March, 2014, Forest have enjoyed some big wins over the Tykes with a 3-2 victory in September, 2013 at the City Ground, one year after a 4-1 walloping at Barnsley, with goals from Greg Halford, Simon Cox, Chris Cohen and Jermaine Jenas canceling out Marlon Harewood's opener.
Though there are fewer household names in the match-day squads on Friday night, there are still game-changers and match-winners, though most are found in Barnsley's roster rather than Forest's.
True, Forest have some capable players like Britt Assombalonga, Henri Lansbury, Ben Osborn and Apostolos Vellios, but they lost one of their brightest sparks in the summer transfer when teenage hotshot Oliver Burke swapped life in Nottingham for Leipzig, where he has helped Die Bullen climb to the top of the Bundesliga, who have stunned German football by leapfrogging Bayern Munich.
Barnsley, meanwhile, are blessed with Conor Hourihane in midfield, Marc Roberts, Andy Yiadom, Angus MacDonald, Markley Watkins and Sam Winnall, all of whom are in good to great form.
Where Forest are weak - defending counter attacks, giving away fouls in dangerous areas and defending set-pieces - Barnsley are strong and while this match could guarantee goals, most will likely be scored by the home side.
Prediction: Barnsley 2-1 Nottingham Forest