Chris Wilder is 4/1 ahead of Leam Richardson and former City boss Dean Holden at 12/1. 09:24Richard ForresterRob Atkinson's revivalRob Atkinson says he has reaped the rewards from being left out of the Bristol City squad in December because it helped him develop the mental side of his game. The Bristol City defender fell victim to a sickness bug going around the camp before Christmas meaning he was left out of the squad for three matches.
11:03Richard ForresterKane Wilson's recoveryNigel Pearson says Kane Wilson still needs considerable time to rebuild his fitness before being selected in a matchday squad after recovering from a knee injury that he'll have to manage for the rest of his career. The 22-year-old summer signing from Forest Green Rovers has endured a frustrating start to life at Bristol City with injury limiting him to just four substitute Championship appearances. Wilson hasn't featured since the defeat against QPR on October 1 after being forced to undergo surgery.
"It's a team that likes to play football, they are very confident with the run they are on. We have shown the guys what they need to know, given them an idea and solution. "09:42Richard ForresterThe Ashton Gate 8Just a few timings to show appreciation to the Ashton Gate 8 for those making the trip to BS3 tomorrow afternoon. 09:29Richard ForresterNext Huddersfield manager oddsJust a browse at who's in the running for the vacant Huddersfield job and assistant Narcis Pelach is currently joint-favourite alongside Neil Warnock a 3/1.
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The referee missed the tussle at the time with Evans escaping without punishment. Read the full story hereChed Evans has been banned for four matches (Image: Ryan Crockett/JMP)11:32Richard ForresterAcademy loan dealGood luck to central midfielder Joe Porton who has completed a loan move to Melksham Town for a month.
12:51Richard ForresterJustice servedPreston striker Ched Evans has received a four-game ban following an altercation with Alex Scott in Bristol City's 2-1 victory at Deepdale last weekend. The forward reacted angrily to an off-the-ball incident in the 79th minute of the contest that contributed to the 19-year-old midfielder falling to the turf holding his face.
Cornick made his Robins debut last week in the 2-1 victory over Preston, replacing Nahki Wells as the central striker. Following Antoine Semenyo's departure to Bournemouth, Cityalso pulled off a transfer coup by bolstering their forward options with Wycombe's Anis Mehmeti. The 22-year-old played on the left during his time with the Chairboys with the ability to cut in on his favoured right foot having scored nine League One goals this season. Read the full story hereBristol City striker Harry Cornick (Image: Ryan Crockett/JMP)15:13KEY EVENTJack Currie transferAFC Wimbledon chairman Mick Buckley claims Bristol City failed to meet their asking price for left-back Jack Currie while also refusing to include a clause that would send him back on loan for the rest of the season.
SIGN UP: For our daily Robins newsletter, bringing you the latest from Ashton Gate 17:04Richard ForresterThat's it from usThanks for tuning in and catch you again for matchday tomorrow. 17:04Richard ForresterPenalty anomaly reaches New YorkThe New York Times have picked up on Bristol City's lack of penalties and have written an excellent piece about the fact the Robins are now 65 games without a spot-kick. They are also closing in on Port Vale's 73-game record that ended last year.... It also claims the odds of City going 65 games without a penalty stand at 2, 113/1 - quite remarkable.
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16:13Richard ForresterHarry Cornick planNigel Pearson eyes new signing Harry Cornick to predominantly play through the middle of the front three with Bristol City boasting an array of options going forward. The 27-year-old, who joined from Luton Town for a low six-figure fee on deadline day, is versatile to playing anywhere across the attack having also featured as a No10 for the Hatters this season.
Read the full story hereKane Wilson in action for City's Under-21s (Image: Fever Pitch)10:53Richard ForresterNorwich team newsDavid Wagner will be boosted by the returns of goalkeeper Angus Gunn and Ben Gibson for the trip to Bristol City. He said in his press conference: "Both good. Both were in full training for the week and will be part of the squad for the weekend if nothing extraordinary happens in the last training today.
The Robins made four offers for the 21-year-old over the period of four days before deciding against pursuing a move for the talent with the League Two side refusing to budge on their valuation. Bristol Live understands the top offer reached £600, 000 before City walked away. City upped the ante in their pursuit of Currie on transfer deadline day with Jay Dasilva prepped to make way to join Coventry City which would have taken him to the end of his Robins contract. The deal fell through although the club are likely to return for his signature in the summer. Read the full story hereAFC Wimbledon talent Jack Currie (Image: Pete Norton/Getty Images)13:54Richard ForresterManchester City tickets Tickets are now on sale to members who have purchased tickets to four or more home games this season...
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