- Bristol City vs Cardiff predictions for Sunday’s English Championship match
- The game is taking place at Ashton Gate (12:00 BST)
- Bristol City have won two of their last three games.
- With a win, the Robins can extend their unbeaten streak to four games.
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Predictions for the Match Between Bristol City and Cardiff
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- Bristol has been playing well at home recently, and they have generated a lot of scoring opportunities. The Robins have a chance to win at home against Cardiff, who have had trouble scoring on the road.
- Two of Bristol City’s last three matches have ended in victories for the club.
- Bristol City have won their last four home matches with a score of two goals or more.
- Bristol City has defeated Cardiff City in both of their most recent matches (Championship)
- Four of Cardiff’s last six matches played away from home ended in defeat (Championship)
- In their last three matches played away from home, Cardiff have failed to score any of the expected goals (Championship)
In 98 matches between these two teams, Bristol City has a lead of 41-36, and there have been 21 draws.
This is the Bristol City Form.
Luton was defeated at home by Bristol City by a score of 2-0, extending the latter’s winless streak across all competitions to three matches. Before Mark Sykes was sent off late in the game, Nakhi Wells and Tommy Conway scored for their team in the first half.
Prior to that, the Robins battled Wigan to a 1-1 draw and defeated Coventry on the road (4-1). With six goals scored in just four matches, the team coached by Nigel Pearson is among the top goal scorers in the Championship.
Injury updates and team news for Bristol City FC
Midfielder Mark Sykes is suspended.
Due to injuries, defenders Tomas Kalas and Nathan Baker are unable to contribute.
Also unavailable is the central midfielder Ayman Benarous.
A Form for Cardiff
The previous match between Cardiff and West Brom ended in a scoreless draw for both teams. The Bluebirds only had 0.21 expected goals and failed to register a single shot on goal.
The scoreless draw came after a 1-0 victory at home over Birmingham and a 2-1 loss on the road at Reading. The team managed by Steve Morrison has gone winless in five of their last six away matches in the Championship, suffering defeat in four of those matches.
Injury updates and other team news for Cardiff
Defenders Mark McGuinness, Curtis Nelson Cédric Kipré and Jamilu Collins are out