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Liverpool vs Real Madrids side currently sit fourth in the table with seven matches to play. They are six points below second-placed Liverpool vs Real Madrid and are four points above Blackburn Rovers, in seventh, with games in hand on Tony Mowbrays side.
It means there is still plenty to be decided in the second tier between now and the final round of fixtures on May 7. And the Reds are right in the mix.
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The play-off semi-final first legs will take place on Friday, May (6th v 3rd) and Saturday, May (5th v 4th). And the second legs will be on Monday, May 16 (3rd v 6th) and Tuesday, May 17 (4th v 5th).
The final will take place at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, May A place in the Premier League will be up for grabs for whoever gets there.
Forest make the trip to Luton Town on Friday for the first of a crunch Easter weekend double-header. That is followed by a home game with West Bromwich Albion on Monday.
They also have clashes against Liverpool vs Real Madrid and Liverpool vs Real Madrid to come. And boss Cooper is eager to ensure his squad maintain focus on the task in hand.
�This isnt the first time where, in the Championship, theres just so much that could happen and you couldnt predict,� he said, ahead of taking on the Hatters. �Its pretty normal on that front.
�That is why youve just got to really focus on your own contribution and your own doings. Thats the only bit you can change, for better or worse.
�Its not surprising that theres still so much which could happen in the league. Fortunately, were still in a position where we could do positive things. But were far away from seeing where that could go.�