Johnson To Field An Unchanged XI – Strongest 4-4-2 Bristol City Line-Up To Face Wolves – SoccerSouls

Johnson To Field An Unchanged XI – Strongest 4-4-2 Bristol City Line-Up To Face Wolves

Predicted Bristol City Line-up To Face Wolves In EFL Championship

Bristol City are now 7 games unbeaten in all competitions, having played Manchester United as well, and come into another home game in great confidence, looking to stun the league leaders.

City have a terrific chance of a massive victory here and now go into the match in second place behind their hosts and just to put it into context, they have amassed 24 points in their home league matches this season versus Wolves’ 26 away from home, which shows how close this contest could be.

Jens Hegeler, Famara Diedhiou and Eros Pisano continue to miss out while Lloyd Kelly may come in for Nathan Baker this time. Lee Johnson will most likely go with a familiar 4-4-2 formation against the Molineux side featuring the following personnel:

Probable Bristol XI

GK – Frank Fielding

A ‘keeper who was labelled as a future start just a few years ago. Sometimes they are thrust into the limelight that bit too early and in Fielding’s case, he may yet prove to be a top Premier League stopper.

RB – Bailey Wright

Part of a settled squad of players and performing admirably; his runs down the right-hand side may well pay off this time against a slightly tiring Wolves left flank.

CB – Aden Flint

The big goal scoring centre-back could be vital in this match at both ends of the field.

Aden Flint

CB – Lloyd Kelly

Baker was withdrawn the other day and may be replaced by Kelly this time.

LB – Hordur Magnusson

The Icelander can continue in his left-back role with Bryan still pushed further forward.

RW – Josh Brownhill

A good performance in support of Reid and Taylor is needed if City are to break through here.

CM – Marlon Pack

Pack and Smith may have to play above themselves against Saiss and Neves, though the young Portuguese player, in particular, may begin to tire during this schedule.

CM – Korey Smith

Likely to keep his midfield partnership with Pack. Should start.

Joe Byran

LW – Joe Bryan

Whether at left-back or down the left wing, Bryan has been putting in some fantastic performances this term and has been scoring some excellent goals, none better than when leathering City in front against Man United in the league cup.

ST – Matt Taylor

Another start for Taylor in what looks like a dangerous line-up with Reid, Brownhill and Bryan all in support.

ST – Bobby Reid

In rattling great form this campaign and making himself a household name among the wider football community because of his performances and goals.

1 Comment

  1. John Davies

    December 28, 2017 at 4:16 am

    never heard of any of the city players, that’s the problem with conference league players.

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