Bristol City head to Norwich City on the weekend looking for a first win at Carrow Road since February 2009. Lee Johnson's team head into the match in great form though and will look to make it back to back wins in the league for the first time this season. Asked if the last campaign is helping the players to keep their feet on the ground, Bryan replied in the affirmative.
Former Bristol Rovers striker Matty Taylor was the man of the match against Stoke at Ashton Gate on Tuesday night. And the Bristol City striker capped a wonderful performance with an assist for the first goal - for Famara Diedhiou - on 50 minutes before he scored himself on 60 minutes played. After the game assistant head coach Dean Holden explained just how popular the Robins forward is with the rest of the squad. "He's such a positive person.
The run goes on. Unbeaten in eight and now two Premier League sides vanquished from this season’s League Cup. Lee Johnson certainly is bouncing and so is his courageous Bristol City side. But make no mistake about it, the Robins fully deserved the win over Stoke last night. They started the match on full cylinders, grabbed the game by the throat and attacked from the off.
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