• Date: Sun 07 May 2017
  • Kick-off: 11:00
  • Venue: Ashton Gate

Bristol City vs Birmingham City

Match Preview
No new worries for Bristol City

Bristol City have no new injury problems for the Ashton Gate clash which will determine Birmingham's Sky Bet Championship future.

Tammy Abraham could be making his final Robins appearance with the 26-goal Chelsea loanee unsure where he will be playing next season.

Callum O'Dowda and Bobby Reid could start with boss Lee Johnson suggesting some youngsters will be given an opportunity with the Robins safe from the threat of relegation.

Aaron Wilbraham (knee) and Gary O'Neil (hamstring) remain sidelined.

Relegation-threatened Birmingham will have striker Che Adams available after the red card he received during their 2-0 win over Huddersfield was rescinded.

Adams was shown a red card by referee Mike Jones, but an independent FA Regulatory Commission unanimously upheld Blues' appeal for wrongful dismissal and the 20-year-old will not serve the three-match ban.

Captain Paul Robinson remains banned so defender Michael Morrison, who made his long-awaited return from a groin injury against the Terriers, should retain his place.

Forward Clayton Donaldson remains sidelined with a knee injury as new boss Harry Redknapp aims to keep Birmingham up.
Team Lineups

Bristol City

33 F. Giefer
2 M. Little
4 A. Flint
42 B. Wright
3 J. Bryan
7 K. Smith
21 M. Pack
8 J. Brownhill
12 M. Taylor
20 J. Paterson
9 T. Abraham
L. Tomlin > M. Little 59"
M. Ðuric > M. Taylor 60"
C. O'Dowda > J. Paterson 76"
B. Reid
J. Hegeler
L. Kelly
M. O’Leary

Birmingham City

29 T. Kuszczak
3 J. Grounds
5 R. Shotton
28 M. Morrison
12 C. Gardner
2 Nsue
6 M. Kieftenbeld
19 J. Maghoma
26 D. Davis
14 Che Adams16"
15 L. Jutkiewicz
K. Bielik > L. Jutkiewicz 69"
C. Donaldson > J. Maghoma 74"
S. Gleeson > Che Adams 84"
A. Legzdins
K. Frei
J. Cogley
G. Stewart

Trending on the forum