Bristol City vs Wolves : Score prediction, team news, live stream, TV, h2h – FA Cup preview

Bristol City vs Wolves : Score prediction, team news, live stream, TV, h2h – FA Cup preview
Former Sky Bet Championship foes Bristol City and Wolves will meet in FA Cup fifth round on Sunday. 

With their last encounter at Ashton Gate a tumultuous affair.

Follow live coverage as Bristol City take on Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup.






The Robins have beaten Bolton Wanderers and Premier League Huddersfield Town to get this far in the tournament but this is undoubtedly their toughest test so far. 


With Wolves in good form and fighting for a Europa League qualification place.


Yet the Robins are in sensational form themselves, having won nine on the bounce, so it looks set to be an intriguing contest at Ashton Gate.


It is also a chance for the Robins to renew acquaintances with Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo after his controversial celebrations following a last-minute winner in last season’s match at Ashton Gate.


Having been sent to the stands earlier in the game, Nuno let out his emotion when Ryan Bennett came up with a last-gasp header to win 2-1.


Stood by former Bristol City boss Alan Dicks in the directors’ box, the Portuguese chief could be seen fist-pumping for several seconds.




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And a few people did not take too kindly to it, including Robins gaffer Lee Johnson.


Team News of Bristol City vs Wolves


Bristol City could be without former Wolves player Andreas Weimann, who came off in the midweek win over QPR with a back spasm.


But there are no other reported injury worries for the Robins, who are aiming for a 10th consecutive win in all competitions.


Wolves will assess the fitness of Diogo Jota, who has been nursing a dead leg.


John Ruddy has played in all Wolves’ FA Cup games this season so is set to replace Rui Patricio in goal.


Andreas Weimann will be assessed before the game, with another player also potentially sidelined, although Bristol City manager Lee Johnson did not reveal who.


Wolves also have no new injuries ahead of the tie. John Ruddy has played in all of Wolves’ FA Cup games this season so is set to replace Rui Patricio in goal.


Score prediction: Bristol City 0-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers




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TV channel and live stream, and online coverage


The match will be televised live on BBC One Wales. 


You can also follow all the action with NewGersy Sport’s LIVE blog.


YOU CAN FOLLOW MATCH HERE

More To Know
 
The FA Cup – 5th Rnd
Bristol City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
1:00pm Sunday 17th February
Ashton Gate 



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