Tomorrow afternoon, Bristol City head to Luton Town for matchday 12 in the Championship as City have the opportunity to move into the automatic promotion spots if results go their way.
Bristol City have started the season on fire, losing the opening game of the season 1-3 to Leeds United at Ashton Gate before going on an unbeaten run in the league stretching over the past 10 games as City currently sit sixth in the Championship table with 20 points.
And now, a video has emerged on the Bristol City Twitter page of central midfielder Josh Brownhill in training, giving the supporters a glimpse of his goalscoring accuracy from the edge of the box in preparation for the weekend.
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Central midfielder Brownhill has been with Bristol City since 2016 having joined from Preston North End, and the 23-year-old has impressed while pulling on the Robins shirt, having made 143 appearances for the club and scored 12 goals during his three years in South Bristol thus far.
The box-to-box midfielder has been something of a revelation under Lee Johnson’s tutelage, the former City manager having put faith in the 5’10” midfielder. Brownhill has also shown his leadership qualities this campaign, leading the team out in the absence of Bailey Wright.
Will Josh Brownhill add to his season tally soon?
The Verdict: Brownhill has always been pretty adept when it comes to taking opportunities from the edge of the box, and Bristol City’s latest training teaser video backs that up as Brownhill is seeking to add to his goal tally this campaign with a tough trip to Luton just around the corner.