- Venue:Ashton Gate
- Referee:Hooper, S
That's it, it's all over, the referee has blown the final whistle.
Goal!! Leicester have scored with Lloyd Dyer putting it in the back of the net.
Goal!! Bristol City have scored with David Clarkson putting it in the back of the net.
Paul Gallagher is being taken off, Dany N'Guessan has come on in his place.
Bristol City are replacing Danny Haynes with Nicky Maynard.
Leicester are replacing Matty Oakley with Nicky Adams.
Leicester are replacing Martyn Waghorn with Yann Kermorgant.
The referee has booked Richie Wellens.
Cole Skuse is replaced by Ivan Sproule.
Danny Haynes goes into the referee's book for dissent.
The second half is under way with the score currently at 0 v 0.
Half time whistle is blown by S Hooper
The referee has booked Bruno Berner.
The ref has blown his whistle and the match has started.
Bristol City face Leicester at 7:45pm on Tuesday, February 16th.
Leicester City left Ashton Gate with a 1-1 draw following a dramatic end to their visit to Bristol City.
With a low drive into the far corner by David Clarkson the home side, with only two wins in their previous 18 games, thought the points were theirs, but seconds later Lloyd Dyer pulled out a similar shot to rescue the Foxes.
He raced over to the travelling fans waving his shirt above his head but the yellow card hardly mattered.
After shading most of the game the point was invaluable for his side as they kept up their challenge for the play-offs.
They had tested Bristol's fragile self belief early on when Dyer from the touchline dropped a tantalising ball into the area. But as it came in Dean Gerken was tempted off his line but Andy King beat him to the ball.
Racing across the goal with a lunging tackle Liam Fontaine rescued his keeper and then from the corner blocked Matty Oakley's fierce drive.
Leicester were on the front foot but somehow couldn't find the shots. Martyn Waghorn, deputising for the injured Matty Fryatt, put plenty of energy into his game but his timing let him down in the first half as he was three times ruled offside.
A greater threat came from Paul Gallagher's long-range free-kicks. The first was spilled by Gerken for a corner, the second veered just outside his right post.
The home side's best chance of a disappointing first half also came from a set-piece after Bruno Berner had been booked for hauling down Danny Haynes, who had got by him down the right.
Lee Johnson produced a nicely weighted ball which Louis Carey racing past defenders lifted over the bar.
Carey though was always a pivotal figure in a rather inconsistent home defence.
This so nearly proved fatal around the hour when no-one moved to shut down Michael Morrison as he launched a long solo run down the right flank. The defender's cross was good, but under pressure Waghorn's shot from around the penalty area was just off target.
Waghorn then worked a smart one-two with Oakley which ended with his captain stabbing an eight-yard shot against the foot of a post.
Shots off target