[Image] Predicted 5-3-2 Bristol City XI to face Leeds – can the Robins get one over the Whites?

Predicted Bristol City line-up to face Leeds United in the Championship

Bristol City lost to Preston last time out and are on a three-game winless run that has seen the club drop into the bottom half of the table. Lee Johnson’s men started the season in impressive form but now seem to have lost pace at the top.

City come up against Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United in the Championship this weekend and the Peacocks will definitely pose another tough test for Lee Johnson’s side. They are finding it difficult to score goals and surely have to turn up for this game. The early trend points out a clean win for Leeds, however, Bristol are expected to give a tough fight. That is why Bookmakers have a large range of betting offers like these to help you make a bet for the upcoming gameweek.

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Bristol City have no real injury concerns at the moment and can deploy their strongest squad. Lee Johnson will be glad to have a fresh and fully fit squad to face an impressive Leeds United team that are capable of taking down anyone on their day.

Probable Bristol City XI

Manager: Lee Johnson

Formation: 5-3-2

Niki Maenpaa (GK)

The Finnish international’s return from injury in the last game will definitely be a huge bonus. He should continue in goal for this game as well.

Jack Hunt (RB)

Sent in a number of crosses in the last game but none was converted. He sent in more crosses than the entire Preston team but only two were on target.

Tomas Kalas (RCB)

Struggled slightly in the previous game but made a number of important headers. His concentration needs to be on point against Leeds United.

Nathan Baker (CB)

He was taken off before the hour mark but looked defensively very good against Preston. He should start in this position once again.

Adam Webster (LCB)

Made one crucial mistake that led to Preston’s goal. But he defended well and almost equalised in the last moments. He should start on the left-hand side of central defence.

Jay Dasilva (LB)

Raided forward well in the last game but was unable to produce much. He will continue down the left flank for this game.

Josh Brownhill (RCM)

Had a very good game last time out and will be aiming to build on that performance this week.

Marlon Pack (CM)

He looked defensively fruitful in the game but found it hard to get going as time went on.

Liam Walsh (LCM)

His distribution was slightly off in the last game and he needs to do better in this one.

Famara Diedhiou (ST)

He was unable to finish many chances that came his way. That might cost him in this game against a Leeds side that doesn’t give too many chances.

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Andreas Weimann (ST)

He wasn’t so effective in the last game and needs to do better in this one.

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