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Sky Blues On The Road - Bristol City

17 Sep 2010 00:08:40

Sky Blues On The Road - Bristol City

City travel to Bristol City BRISTOL CITY V COVENTRY CITYSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18TH AT 3PM AT ASHTON GATE STADIUM, BRISTOL, BS3 2EJ_________________________________________________________MATCH DETAILSKick off at 3PM. _____________________________________________________________TRAVELClub Coach Leaves the Ricoh Arena at 11am and coach travel is £17 per person.SKY BLUE ARMYFor more details, phone Dave on 07919 662919.By CarLeave the M5 motorway at junction 18, travel along the Portway (A4) following the signs for Bristol Airport/Taunton (A38). Over the swing bridge (Brunel Way), branching left into Winterstoke Road, and left again at Cruickshanks Mercedes Garage for Ashton Gate. Street parking is limited so please arrive early and adhere to parking restrictions. Alternatively call Youcanpark Ltd on 0871 200 3261 to pre-book limited secure parking (at BS3 2HA) and near the stadium for £3.50 per car. By Air Only ten minutes, by car from Bristol International Airport. Call 01275 474444 for flight times.By RailOnly five minutes by car from Bristol Temple Meads railway station. For information on train times please call the National Railway Enquiry Services on 08457 484950.By BusBuses are supplied by Abus 'Service A' which costs a flat rate of 50p. The buses pick-up one hour before kick-off from the following places - Temple Meads, Old Market (Temple Way), Haymarket, Centre, Anchor Road, Hotwells. The buses return to all those destinations after the match, leaving from Ashton Road, by the Greville Smyth Park.CITY2003'S GUIDE TO ASHTON GATEFirstly hope as many of as possible can make the trip to Bristol. Be prepared to be searched by the stewards. No booze is sold inside the ground. Regarding the food outlet in the ground its crap, staffed by agency staff whose purpose is to do as little as possible KFC can be seen from the away end (two minutes walk, honest) and Sainsburys store is five minutes with restaurant. If you can buy your tickets in advance you can get the discounts.If you are coming by road use M5 southbound to junction 18(avonmouth) then follow signs A4 bristol airport It looks the long way round but traffic in central Bristol is awfull If you are coming by train there is a local service to Parson Street which will take you two thirds of the way to the ground. departure time from Bristol Temple Meads XX:50 past the hour. Public transport to the ground is not a lot of cop Finally the block of flats on the right hand side as you are in the away end is "the" block of flats in "Fools And Horses" The market scene where the footballers manaquins are cut into the wall are at the away end of the ground in the club car park. Bring yer camera and turn up early if you wanna take any photo's______________________________________________________________ADMISSIONAdults £25, Over 65 £20, Students with NUS £15, U16's £10, Disabled & Carer £15. _______________________________________________________________THE LAST TIMEThis is the 58th time the two sides have met in league and cup matches. City have won on 18 occasions with 21 draws and have scored 82 goals compared to Bristol City's 82. The last game was at Ashton Gate on February 6th 2010 and saw David Bell give City a 47th minute lead before Dave Clarkson equalised with seven minutes remaining. The teams that day were: City Westwood, Wright, Cranie, Wood, McPake, Gunnarsson, McIndoe, Bell, Clingan, Morrison, Eastwood (Baker 75). SNU Konstantopolous, Deegan,Jeffers, Hussey, Grandison, BarnettBristol City Gherken, Carey, Fontaine, Nyatanga (Clarkson 73), Orr, Hartly,Elliott, Sno (Sproule 56), Maynard (Haynes 31), McAllister, Agyemang . SNU Salorio, Johnson, Collins, Campbell-Ryce.__________________________________________________________MATCH OFFICIALSThe currently appointed referee for Coventry City's Championship game at Bristol City is Iain Williamson.The Berkshire based official first qualified for a referee aged 15 and is head of sales for a company within the financial sector. The former Walton & Hersham player was appointed to the National List of Assistant Referees in 1999 and the Referees' List in 2002.He has had seven matches so far this season, showing 27 yellow cards. His last game was Bournemouth's 3-0 victory over Dagenham.His last City game was the 1-1 home draw with Derby County on October 25th 2008. Other matches were the 2-1 home victory against Ipswich on December 29th 2007, a 1-0 home win against Leeds on September 16th 2006, the 3-0 defeat at West Ham on April 9th 2005, the 3-0 home win against Crewe on January 8th 2005, the 2-1 defeat at Cardiff on August 10th 2004 and the 2-0 home win against Derby on February 28th 2004, Assistants are John Farries from Oxfordshire & Andrew Laver from Hampshire. The Fourth Official is Richard Martin from Weston Super Mare._______________________________________________________________BETTING ODDS Shop around for the best odds before placing any bet. You can check the odds being offered by clicking on Match Winnerhttp://www.oddschecker.com/football/english/championship/bristol-city-v-coventry/winnerFirst Goalscorer http://www.oddschecker.com/football/english/championship/bristol-city-v-coventry/first-goalscorerCorrect Scorehttp://www.oddschecker.com/football/english/championship/bristol-city-v-coventry/correct-scoreHalf time- Full Timehttp://www.oddschecker.com/football/english/championship/bristol-city-v-coventry/half-time-full-timeAll marketshttp://www.oddschecker.com/football/english/championship/bristol-city-v-coventry/betting-markets____________


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