After winning on home soil for the first time in over nine months in their last match at Ashton Gate, Bristol City will be hoping to make it two from two when Blackburn Rovers visit tomorrow.
The Robins’ poor home record during the second half of last season has leaked over to the new campaign, with Nigel Pearson’s side picking up just seven points at home this season.
Blackburn will pose a difficult test for the home side tomorrow afternoon, after recovering well from a shock 7-0 defeat to Fulham.
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Rovers are currently denied a spot in the Championship play-offs because of goal difference and will be hoping that they can strengthen their top-six bid in the south west.
Sky Sports pundit David Prutton has predicted a 1-1 draw when the teams meet in Bristol tomorrow.
Bristol City’s first victory in over nine months was not pretty, but they managed to break the form that has been plaguing their season thus far.
It will be interesting to see just how much confidence they would have taken from that, as it is their hoke record that is denying them a spot around the play-off positions.
Blackburn are an exciting outfit when going forward, with Tony Mowbray possessing a number of options who could unlock the Bristol City defence.
A 1-1 draw is certainly a fair call, but equally, Blackburn could go on to win this with their attacking prowess, and with the confidence of having Daniel Ayala and Harry Pickering back into contention.