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Fixture Changes

Fixture Changes

Bristol Citys games against and will be broadcast live on Sky TV and the kick off times have changes as follows

The Derby County home match is now a 5.20pm kick off on Saturday 16th August and will be shown live on Sky Sports.

The game against Southampton at the St Mary's Stadium has also been switched for television broadcast on Saturday 8th November> kick off 5.20pm.

City's away fixture at Ipswich has been moved to Wednesday 10th December kick off 7.45pm. This is to allow Ipswich time to recover from their derby against Norwich which has been moved to Sunday 7th December from the original fixture scheduled for Saturday 6th December. Let's hope they don't recover well enough to beat us 6-0 again!

The Boxing Day fixture at Watford has been switched to a noon kick off on police advice.

The home fixture with Nottingham Forest on Saturday 15th November was at risk because of a clash with Bristol Rovers home game against Scunthorpe Utd but, because Bristol Rugby play on Sunday 16th November, Rovers agreed to play their game on the Friday.

The full fixture list including friendy matches can now be viewed at bcfc.co.uk.

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Writer:CiderJar
Date:Saturday June 21 2008
Time: 12:15PM

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You have done well to get quite a few sky games early on in the season.
dazza71
21/06/2008 12:55:00
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We're still a novelty dazza71!!
CiderJar
21/06/2008 22:22:00
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