Bristol City head to Wales on Sunday lunchtime looking to secure a vital three points in their quest to cement a play-off spot. The Robins are currently in sixth place despite picking up one win in their last eight matches and they threw away a two-goal to draw 2-2 at Leeds United last time out. Neil Warnock's side are second in the Championship and are unbeaten in their last seven matches, having won five of them.
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has given an injury update ahead of the Severnside derby on Sunday with Bristol City. The big news is his skipper Sean Morrison is in doubt for the big game on Sunday as the Welsh club face an injury crisis at the back. Defender Morrison came off before half time in the Bluebirds’ 1-0 win over Ipswitch on Wednesday. Warnock said: "It’s not as bad as I thought it would be. I thought that knowing our luck it would be six or seven weeks.
With Bristol Rugby likely to be back at the top table of European rugby next season, playing in the Aviva Premiership and European Challenge Cup, we take a look at all the transfer news and rumours at the clubs they could be playing next season. Reported Bristol Rugby target Sinoti Sinoti has agreed a contract extension to remain at Newcastle Falcons beyond this season.
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Selecting a term
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