BBC Radio Nottingham’s Nottingham Forest correspondent Colin Fray:
“No one can doubt the first two home games have been exciting for Forest; they have won both 4-3. But the challenge ahead of them is to stem the flow of goals against them, as they are yet to keep a clean sheet.
“In front of the goalkeeper, though, the defence has been unique to each game, giving little chance to establish a solid unit. There have been five different left-backs (or wing-backs) in their six games.
“In Leeds, Forest will face a sterner test than in their previous home games. With all of their points so far coming in their last two matches, Leeds will arrive in confident mood, but with eight goals from two home games so far, Forest’s bright attacking should test Garry Monk’s side, too.”
Forest are unbeaten in seven league games against Leeds (W4 D3).
Leeds have won just twice in their last 20 league trips to the City Ground, drawing 11 and losing seven.
Nottingham Forest teenager Oliver Burke has scored three league goals from four shots on target so far this season; surpassing his 2015-16 goals tally of two.
Marcus Antonsson has scored in two of his first three away games for Leeds in all competitions.
Britt Assombalonga has scored four goals in his last four league games, including the game’s opening goal on two of those occasions.
Leeds (eight) have registered the joint-fewest shots on target in the Championship this season alongside Rotherham.