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We asked for your thoughts on Saturday's Premier League game between Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace.

Here are some of your responses:

Nottingham Forest fans

David: Forest were obviously nervous until half time and going a goal behind did little for confidence. Second half was better and after scoring it looked for a while that we would take the lead, until the nerves re-emerged. Fulham will cause us difficulties.

Kris: Nuno has to take responsibility for what feels like a defeat. A point at home to a struggling team just isn’t good enough. Too many are playing like they don’t care how close we are to the drop, a reflection of the scattergun recruitment that has left us with an unbalanced squad. It has to improve, and quickly.

Steve: The worst first half performance of the season, no creativity from midfield. Yates and Sangare are too slow to move the ball and neither of them as defensive midfield players can make a tackle. Origi? Time is up. Nuno quite clearly out of his depth in the Prem. Same old team selection when those players quite clearly don’t have the fight!

Crystal Palace fans

Ian: A good point on the road for Palace. Young Adam Wharton and the tenacious Daniel Munoz have been great January signings.

Don: Out fought and out played by Forest for most of the game. It was as if Roy was still manager playing 5-4-1 as we defended (albeit very well). Stood in the away end the fan frustration was obvious after the equaliser. The Glasner revolution is still to arrive.

Robert: We fought hard throughout the game but once again a 1-0 lead doesn't last. Eze was unlucky not to score with brilliant saves by Sels the Forest keeper. There were spells of unusual possession by Palace, something you don't see very often. The next away game at Bournemouth is crucial to get a result as it's Man City and Liverpool next!

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