Elliott knows Albion will provide a stern test to the Robins' promotion credentials but the former Millwall man is convinced City can be more than a match for Roberto Di Matteo's side.
"It's a big game and hopefully we'll go up there and put on a performance." he told the club's official website.
"It will be very hard, they are a very good team. I've watched them a few times this season and they pass the ball well, they are a good attacking side and they defend well.
"It's the sort of game you look forward to. Hopefully we can go up there and dominate the play and get a result."