Tomorrow afternoon, Bristol City travel down the motorway to Championship rivals QPR, as the Robins look to maintain their spot within the playoffs as the business end of the season begins.
City manager Lee Johnson will have to decide which team is best to try and get something at The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, but he will have a couple of injury doubts within the Robins squad to try and deal with.
Adam Nagy missed Tuesday’s trip to Reading because of an ankle injury that the Hungarian midfielder has been struggling with across the past few months, and it is unclear as to whether he will be fit for tomorrow’s journey.
Not long after signing for the club in the summer, the midfielder suffered an ankle injury that saw him miss out on football from the middle of August to the middle of November.
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Despite being called up for the Hungary national team, City refused to use him during his three-month layoff.
Johnson has admitted that the midfielder has been playing through the pain barrier lately and that an operation may be needed, before Tuesday’s game may have been too much for him.
Towering centre-back Tomas Kalas is set to sit out of the trip again because of a recent hamstring injury.
Since signing in the summer, the 26-year-old defender has had a few injuries that has limited the game-time he has seen on the pitch.
The defender has made just the 13 appearances across all competitions for the Robins this campaign as Ashley Williams and Nathan Baker have formed a solid partnership at the back.