So What's the History Then?
Well, as you ask, its very good as a matter of fact. We'd had 25 League visits to Bristol and we've won no less than 9 of them. And drawn another 5 which means we've only lost there 11 times. And overall, including Cup games, we're won a massive 28 times with only 15 defeats. In fact, there's only a hand-full of clubs that we've beaten more times than Bristol City.
Any Useful Foreign Johnnies?
Its another port town but unlike the French multitude from Plymouth there's only one foreigner to worry about and everyone should. His name's Adriano "always believe" Basso, a Brazilian goalkeeper and before every game he points to the sky and says... yes, that's right, always believe...
That's what I expect, especially bearing in mind Bristol's storming starts, and perhaps we can hope that Matty Holland is fit to play. Otherwise, there's only one other possibility and that's Darren Ambrose but he's not what you might call a defensive player so it's Therry Racon for me.
Can't see us keeping our luck and having another clean sheet and although another win would be a fantastic result it's maybe a bridge, or a gate to far, with Semedo missing. Then again I don't think we'll get beat. So a draw looks the most likely bet.