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Bristol City vs. Shrewsbury Town

Ashton Gate

17th Sept

19:45

Could City Beat Shrewsbury?

Here we go again, going into a game looking for that first win. A win that would see us win many more games following it and the win that would see the start of our bound up the table.

Thats what we are told, and as a fan you have to hope deep down as somebody is right.

Vital Quotes:

Sean O'Driscoll told BBC Radio Bristol:

'We haven't changed our routine just because we've lost 3-0 at home.

'It's probably more important to look at the things you've done well when you get a poor result.

'It's probably the first game at home where people will go 'we expect you to win'.

'Does it add pressure? Yes, because of the situation. But whoever we were going to play on Tuesday, there would be a pressure there.'

Bristol City Team News:

Marvin Elliott is set to be recalled after being rested following international duty.

Sean O'Driscoll has no fresh injury worries as he looks to chalk up Bristol City's first league win since March.

Player to watch: JET

Lets hope he shows that bit of promise tonight

Shrewsbury Town Team News:

Dave Winfield returned from his long-term hamstring injury as an unused substitute and is again likely to be on the bench, while the game is expected to come too soon for fellow defender Tamika Mkandawire as he closes in on his comeback from a similar problem. Striker John Marsden (foot) is also not yet ready.

Player to watch: Aaron Wildig

Wildig has not missed a game yet this season and is totally dependable.

Scored a blinder last time out.

Betting Odds

City win 4/5,

Draw 13/5,

Shrewsbury win 100/30

(Skybet)

Ref Watch:

Tim Robinson

Robinson`s second season has an official. First game in charge of a City match.

Match Prediction:

Got to happen soon, why not tonight? 2-0 City

Next Fixtures:

Swindon Town away

Southampton away.




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Date:Tuesday September 17 2013

Time: 6:34PM

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This could be my last match for some time if we lose tonight, ill not pay out good money to watch rubbish
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