Bristol City will travel to Sheffield Wednesday in the hope of picking up a fourth straight victory in the Sky Bet ChampionshipCity are looking to pick up where they left off before the international break when they registered a 2-1 victory in the Severnside derby against Cardiff. Wednesday also in a good run of form and the Owls will want to build on a 2-1 win at Villa Park last time out.
Bristol City grabbed a valuable point on the road at Hillsborough against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday afternoon. Against the team from the Steel City it was the Robins who displayed the most steel as they stopped Carlos Carvalhal’s side registering a shot on target during the whole game. Wednesday have only lost once at home this season and facing the expensive Jordan Rhodes and experienced Gary Hooper, Aden Flint and co had their work cutout.
Bristol City secured a valuable point on the road on Saturday afternoon in a 0-0 draw against Sheffield Wednesday as they managed to shut out their opponents for the ninth time this season. After the gallant rear-guard action that ensured that Frank Fielding did not have a save to make in the entire game despite facing strong opposition head coach Lee Johnson spoke to the media. “First and foremost I’m pleased with a point. It’s a difficult place to come.
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