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Bristol City VS Ipswich Town, go for hosts

ENG LCHBristol City VS Ipswich Town, go for hosts

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Posted Tue, 12 Mar 2019 09:02:19 GMT        

Match Time:3/13/2019 03:45 Wednesday(GMT+8)

England Championship---Bristol City VS Ipswich Town

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Liam Walsh, Korey Smith and Niki Maenpaa are doubts while Frank Fielding is sidelined for Bristol City.

William Keane, Grant Ward, Jack Lankester, Ben Folami, Tom Adeyemi, Ellis Harrison, Freddie Sears, Ben Morris and Jonathan Walters are all on the injury list for Ipswich. The bottom club could also be without defender James Collins.


Bristol City

Suspended: None

Doubtful: Liam Walsh (ligament), Korey Smith (knee), Niki Maenpaa (calf)

Injured/unavailable: Frank Fielding (finger)



Suspended: None

Doubtful: James Collins (knock)

Injured/unavailable: William Keane (knock), Grant Ward (knee), Jack Lankester (back), Ben Folami (Achilles); Tom Adeyemi, Ellis Harrison (both hamstring); Freddie Sears, Ben Morris, Jonathan Walters (all cruciate ligament)





Despite a little slump in form recently, Lee Johnson’s men are still in a great position to make the playoffs. The Robins lost 1-0 against Leeds at Ashton Gate at the weekend, which means they have now lost three and drawn one of their last four league contests. Although the Robins have really excelled away from home this season with only five other sides boasting a better record, they have been less than inspiring on their own turf, having won seven, drawn five and lost six league matches. It will be very interesting to see if City can get back on form and end their season in the top six.

Ipswich are without a doubt on their way to the English third division. Paul Lambert’s men need a miracle, with the Tractor Boys currently a whopping 12 points adrift of safety in 24th position, although they registered an encouraging 1-1 draw away at West Bromwich at the weekend. However, Town have secured just three league wins all season (13 draws, 20 losses), with only one of those coming away from Portman Road. Ipswich can start preparing for the third tier of English football right now.

Although Bristol City have been far from their best in recent weeks, the Robins should have too much quality for the league’s bottom side to handle at Ashton Gate. My money is going on an easy win for the hosts.



Before their two recent home league defeats against Birmingham and Leeds, Bristol City had won four home league games in a row, scoring exactly two in three of those and keeping a clean sheet on two occasions. I fancy the home team to score twice in a 2-0 victory in midweek.



Bristol City have won each of their last three league meetings with Ipswich.

Bristol City VS Ipswich Town, go for hosts

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