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Robins Bow Out At Charlton

Bristol City are set to play their last championship game for a while this weekend when they go to Charlton.

Boss Sean O'Driscoll is waiting for news on several of his players including right back Brendan Moloney who is not certain because of a hamstring injury; there will be a late test for him and also strikers Stephen Davies and Jon Stead.

Between the sticks, both Dean Gerken and Tom Heaton are both described as 'struggling a little bit' by the City boss

On a brighter note, there are three youngsters returning from loan spells who are chomping at the bit to get starts, Wes Burns, Bobby Reid and Joe Bryan will all be included in O'Driscoll's travelling squad.

City have been in the Championship for the last six years and would like to go out on a high against the Addicks.




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Date:Saturday May 4 2013

Time: 10:14AM

 

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