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Bristol City Travel To Norwich

Bristol City take on Norwich tonight at Carrow Road and although this is going to be one of the most difficult trips of the season, the Robins recent form suggests that they could get something from this game.

Norwich are sitting pretty in the league in third place and will be looking to get back into the automatic promotion places by picking up all three points.

As far as Bristol City are concerned, if they can come away with a point then that would be great and it would stretch their unbeaten run.

Both sides have picked up twelve points from the last six games and although Bristol City have won one more, Nowich have drawn three and not lost any compared to Bristol`s two defeats

Defenders Liam Fontaine and Steven Caulker will face late fitness tests as will midfielder Kalifa Cisse.

Fontaine is nursing a sore ankle following the midweek victory over Portsmouth, while Cisse had stitches in a cut on his heel at half-time against Pompey but managed to complete the game.

A bruised hip ruled out Caulker on Tuesday night.

Long-term casualties are Louis Carey Jamie McAllister (rib fracture), Cole Skuse and Jon Stead.

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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 14 2011

Time: 6:00PM

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cant see us getting anything from this one to be honest, they cant afford to slip up now that cardiff are in form
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