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Bristol City v Albion match preview

9 April 2019

Albion take on Bristol City in an evening game at Ashton Gate in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday night (ko 7.45pm).

The opposition 
 
The Robins have been managed by Lee Johnson since February 2016. Under his leadership this season Bristol City are competing for a play-off place and have won 17, drawn 11 and lost 11 of their 39 games this season. They are currently 6th in the league table.
 
Bristol City's top goalscorer this season is Famara Diedhiou, who has scored 11 times this season.
 
Last time out
 
Our last meeting with the Robins was in September, in a league game that provided six goals, as Albion stormed to a 4-2 lead.
 
Albion went 3-0 up thanks to a Jay Rodriguez double and a Dwight Gayle goal, with no reply from the Robins until the hour mark.
 
Lloyd Kelly pulled one back for Bristol City, but Harvey Barnes quashed any hope of a comeback from the visitors three minutes later as he scored Albion’s fourth. 
 
Five minutes later, Diedhiou curled an effort in for the visitors, but it made little difference as Albion saw the game out to win 4-2.
 
 
Stats
 
Albion
 
• Jay Rodriguez needs one more goal for his 20th of the season - and in doing so would be the first player to reach 20 goals in a single season for the Baggies since Kevin Phillips in 2007-08.
• The Baggies have bounced back following losses six times this season and have only twice lost two games on the trot during this campaign, with the Throstles keen to respond to their defeat at Millwall with a positive result.
• Albion are the second highest scorers in the league with 75 goals, behind league leaders Norwich City, who have scored 82 times.
 
Opposition
 
• The last nine times that Bristol City have played Albion, they have won just once. Their current manager, Johnson, scored the winner that day.
• The Robins haven't won in their last four league games at Ashton Gate, drawing twice and losing twice. 
• Bristol City have won just two of their last eight league games.
 
From the archive
 
Here are the highlights from Albion’s 1-0 victory away at Ashton Gate in an FA Cup Third Round Replay, with the Baggies scoring the only goal of the game courtesy of Salomon Rondon.
 
 
Head to head 
 
Albion come out on top in the head-to-head record, having won 20 of the 48 games that have been played between the two sides.
 
In contrast, Bristol City have won 13 times against Albion, and 15 of the games have resulted in a draw.
 
Man in the middle 
 
The referee for Saturday’s match is Simon Hooper, and he’ll be assisted by Scott Ledger and Derek Eaton - with  James Adcock as the fourth official.
 
Simon Hooper has refereed Albion once this season as the Baggies saw off Stoke City at The Hawthorns, winning 2-1. This season, Hooper has dished out four red cards in 26 games.
 
Ticket news
 
Tickets are on general sale for this game. Albion have been handed an initial allocation of 2,060 for the trip to Ashton Gate.
 
Prices
Adults £32
Seniors (65+)

 £29 

Young adults under 25 £29
Young adults under 22 £26
Young adults under 19 £15

Juniors under 12

£10

Tickets can be bought online by clicking here, by visiting the East Stand Ticket Office or by calling 0121 227 2227.

Baggies Travel coach departure times

Kidderminster 15.15
Stourbridge & Lye 15.30
Colley Gate 15.35
Halesowen 15.40
Quinton 15.45
Blackheath & Whiteheath 15.50

The coaches will cost £17 and can be booked by clicking here.

Follow the game
 
Comprehensive coverage of the clash with the Robins is available in our Match Centre, where you can listen to live commentary on WBA Radio or follow our live text feed.
 
WBA Radio is the only service that allows Baggies fans around the world - from Smethwick to the Sahara - access to uninterrupted live commentaries from every one of our competitive games. iFollow subscribers can join Gez Mulholland and Drew Williams for Baggies-biased live commentary on Friday.
 
International supporters who have an iFollow subscription may be able to live stream the game depending on where they are located around the world. To find out, click here.

You’ll also be able to find score updates on the club's social media channels.

Twitter - @WBA

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Match Reports

Bristol City 3 Albion 2

9 April 2019

Albion's second-half comeback arrived too late to prevent a 3-2 defeat by Bristol City at Ashton Gate.

Josh Brownhill, Andreas Weimann and Jack Hunt fired the Robins into an early lead, before Dwight Gayle and Jay Rodriguez goals piled pressure on the hosts.

The Robins took the lead from their first attack of the evening. Weimann played a pass to Brownhill who slotted home with a neat finish. 

Bristol City soon doubled their advantage. Weimann headed across the face of goal to Brownhill who stabbed home from close range.

Jack Hunt added a third for the Robins, heading into the roof of the net at the back post from a Jay Dasilva cross.

Albion’s Kyle Edwards fizzed a free-kick at goal from a tight angle just after the half-hour mark but City keeper Max O’Leary did well to tip over.

The Baggies soon had another chance. Rodriguez chested a cross down and into the path of Gayle, who rifled a low volley at O’Leary but the Robins stopper blocked with his feet to keep Albion out.

Marlon Pack attempted a volley at goal from distance for the Robins but Sam Johnstone was equal to it. Nathan Baker headed goalwards from a deep cross, but Johnstone again turned it away. 

Just before the break the Baggies nearly snatched a way back into the game. Edwards crossed, Gayle volleyed, but a Robins defender blocked what would have been a certain goal.

After the restart, Gayle met Johansen’s free-kick to nod past O’Leary, registering his 20th goal of the season in the process.

Gayle tried for his second but this time headed wide from a corner, while Dasilva hit the post for the Robins.

It was all Albion by now.

Gayle again troubled the Robins goal with a 20-yard shot that deflected narrowly wide, before being denied from close range by an impressive O’Leary save.

A long Gayle throw-in inspired Albion’s second. The striker launched the ball into the Robins’ box with Dawson flicking on to Rodriguez who slammed home from a few yards out.

Kieran Gibbs saw his late header saved by O'Leary after Johansen lifted a cross into his path.

ALBION: Johnstone; Holgate, Dawson, Bartley, Townsend (Gibbs 73); Johansen, Livermore, Harper (Robson-Kanu 62); Edwards (Adarabioyo 45), Gayle, Rodriguez.

Substitutes: Bond, Mears, Brunt, Leko.

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Ticket News

Bristol City trip remains on sale

9 April 2019

Tickets are still on sale for Albion's Sky Bet Championship clash with Bristol City on Tuesday night (ko 7.45pm).

The Baggies have been given an initial allocation of 2,060 for the trip to Ashton Gate.

Supporters will need to buy their tickets before 1pm today. There will be no sales after this time.

You can secure your seat for the game by clicking here.

Prices

Adults £32
Seniors (65+)

£29 

Young adults under 25 £29
Young adults under 22 £26
Young adults under 19 £15

Juniors under 12

£10

Tickets can be bought online by clicking here, by visiting the East Stand Ticket Office or by calling 0121 227 2227.

Baggies Travel coach departure times

Kidderminster 15.15
Stourbridge & Lye 15.30
The Hawthorns 16.15

The coaches will cost £17 and can be booked by clicking here.

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