Date:Wednesday January 31 2007
After a wait since 2002 the two Bristol clubs finally meat over two legs.
On the 21st February City will host Rovers after that on the 28th City will be away a the Memorial Stadium.
Gary added: 'It's two massive games that we can really look forward to, another two to add to our ever increasing run of big matches.
'Credit to Bristol Rovers for beating Shrewsbury tonight. It's a long time since the two clubs have met, so it's brilliant for the supporters and I'm sure both legs will sell-out.
'The interest in the city is going to be massive and I'm looking forward to experiencing the atmosphere of a Bristol derby.'
Tickets for the home leg will go on sale to City season ticket holders will go on sale from midday on Thursday.
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