Date:Sunday February 4 2007
After Oldhams last minute winner against Tranmere, City have been knocked down to 4th.
With City not playing till monday in the massive televised clash against Scunthorpe results went our way in other matches.
Forest drew 2-2 against Bradford after a last minute equaliser from Bradford.
Carlisle were the first team to win at Doncasters new ground, winning 2-1.
Swansea lost 2-1 to Cheltenham which makes it 2 wins in 2 for the robins.
In-form Blackpool were also in for a shock, loosing at home to bottom side Brentford 1-3.
Yeovil also suffered a shock defeat, loosing at home to Millwall 1-0 after an early May goal.
A win for City on monday night would put us joint top with Oldham.
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Team News From Ashton Gate. City v Col U. (Saturday August 16 2014)
Ref For City v Colchester - Brendan Malone. (Friday August 15 2014)
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Full Squad For Cotterill To Choose From. (Friday August 15 2014)
|Bristol City||0||-||0||Leyton Orient|
|Sheff Utd||1||-||2||Bristol City|
|3. Bristol City||3||2||1||0||+2||7|
|4. MK Dons||3||2||0||1||+2||6|
» Port Vale : 20/08/2014 00:37:00
|No real defence for Alex
» Crewe : 20/08/2014 00:01:00
|Defensive shortcomings exposed
» Crewe : 19/08/2014 23:49:00
» Sheff Utd : 19/08/2014 22:38:00
» Crawley : 19/08/2014 22:27:00