Lineups

Bristol City

( 4-3-3 )

  • 1. D. Bentley

  • 26. Z. Vyner

  • 23. T. Moore

    83'
  • 0. S. Sessegnon

    73'
  • 3. J. Dasilva

  • 22. T. Kalas

  • 29. C. Brunt

  • 10. J. Paterson

  • 18. A. Semenyo

  • 7. C. Martin

  • 14. A. Weimann

    65'

Substitutes

  • 12. M. O’Leary

  • 2. J. Hunt

  • 11. C. O'Dowda

    65'
  • 25. T. Rowe

  • 0. T. Bakinson

  • 21. N. Wells Penalty Yellow Card

    83'
  • 9. F. Diedhiou

    73'

England - Championship

32' K. Smith 32' Yellow Card 32'  K. Smith 80' C. Roberts 80' Yellow Card 80'  C. Roberts 81' J. Fulton 81' Yellow Card 81'  J. Fulton 83' M. Grimes 83' Yellow Card 83'  M. Grimes 87' A. Ayew 87' Yellow Card 87'  A. Ayew 89' N. Wells 89' Yellow Card 89'  N. Wells 51' J. Lowe 51' Goal 51'   Lowe J. Lowe 83' N. Wells 83' Penalty 83'   Wells N. Wells
Bristol City

Bristol City

1 - 1

Swansea City

Swansea City

  • HT
    0 - 0
  • 51'
    0 - 1
  • 83
    1 - 1
  • Date: 24/10/2020
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: Ashton Gate
  • Referee: Oliver Langford
Bristol City v Swansea City - Preview

Date published: 10/23/2020 9:04:46 PM

Bristol City v Swansea City - Preview

Bristol City without Alfie Mawson against Swansea

Bristol City are expected to be without skipper Alfie Mawson for their home game against Swansea.

Defender Mawson sustained a leg injury during the midweek home defeat to Middlesbrough and was carried from the field on a stretcher.

Tom Kalas replaced Mawson just before the hour-mark and is likely to make his second league start of the season.

Defender Jay Dasilva is hoping to return to the squad, while goalkeeper David Bentley played the full 90 minutes on Tuesday after recovering from a neck injury.

Swansea trio Kasey Palmer, Morgan Gibbs-White and George Byers are all unavailable.

Palmer, a deadline-day loan signing, is ineligible to face his parent club and on-loan Wolves winger Gibbs-White is out for three months after recently fracturing his foot.

Midfielder Byers has not featured this season due to an ankle injury sustained in February.

Defender Ryan Bennett, on loan from Wolves, is expected to continue after making his full debut in the midweek draw at Coventry.

 

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Match Information

  • Championship
  • Round 7
  • Ashton Gate
  • Oliver Langford
  • 24 Oct, 15:00

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Lineups

Bristol City
(4-3-3)
Swansea City
(4-4-2)
  • 1. D. Bentley

  • 26. Z. Vyner

  • 23. T. Moore

    83'
  • 0. S. Sessegnon

    73'
  • 3. J. Dasilva

  • 22. T. Kalas

  • 29. C. Brunt

  • 10. J. Paterson

  • 18. A. Semenyo

  • 7. C. Martin

  • 14. A. Weimann

    65'

Substitutes

  • 12. M. O’Leary

  • 2. J. Hunt

  • 11. C. O'Dowda

    65'
  • 25. T. Rowe

  • 0. T. Bakinson

  • 21. N. Wells Penalty Yellow Card

    83'
  • 9. F. Diedhiou

    73'
  • 1. F. Woodman

  • 23. C. Roberts Yellow Card

  • 5. M. Guehi

  • 2. R. Bennett

  • 24. J. Bidwell

  • 44. B. Cabango

  • 6. J. Fulton Yellow Card

  • 8. M. Grimes Yellow Card

  • 7. K. Smith Yellow Card

  • 10. A. Ayew Yellow Card

  • 9. J. Lowe Goal

    77'

Substitutes

  • 13. S. Benda

  • 26. K. Naughton

  • 15. W. Routledge

  • 3. R. Manning

  • 14. V. Gyökeres

    77'
  • 21. Y. Dhanda

  • 20. L. Cullen

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Swansea City vs Bristol City

This is a very close match-up.
In 10,000 simulations Swansea City won 30.0%, Bristol City won 34.8% and there was a 35.2% chance of a draw.
Overall, the average simulation score is Swansea City 0.8 to Bristol City 0.9.
In simulation wins, Swansea City averages 9.2 shots and 3.5 shots on goal.
They average 1.7 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.3 in simulation losses.
When Bristol City wins they average 7.4 shots and 3.1 shots on goal.
They average 1.7 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.3 in simulation losses.

Bristol City v Swansea City

    Bristol City 1 - 1 Swansea City - Match Report

    Date published: 10/24/2020 9:06:28 PM

    Bristol City 1 - 1 Swansea City - Match Report

    Nahki Wells seals point for Bristol City against Swansea

    Substitute Nahki Wells netted an 83rd-minute penalty to earn Bristol City a 1-1 Championship draw with Swansea at Ashton Gate.

    The visitors broke the deadlock in the 51st minute when Jamal Lowe latched onto a Connor Roberts pass inside the box and fired a fierce left-footed drive across Bristol City goalkeeper Dan Bentley from a narrow angle.

    The hosts’ spot-kick was hotly disputed. Roberts appeared to lose his footing and was judged to have brought down Antoine Semenyo by referee Oliver Langford as they challenged to meet a free-kick from the right.

    Wells beat Swans keeper Freddie Woodman with a chipped penalty down the middle to spare his side a second home defeat in the space of four days, moving them up to second in the table.

    Bristol City head coach Dean Holden made five changes from the team beaten at home by Middlesbrough in midweek, bringing in Tomas Kalas for the injured Alfie Mawson and giving starts to wing-backs Steven Sessegnon and Jay Dasilva, midfielder Chris Brunt and striker Semenyo.

    Steve Cooper made just one change for Swansea, giving a first start of the season to Jay Fulton in a midfield also including former Robins favourite Korey Smith.

    The home side created more clear openings in a closely-fought first half. Andreas Weimann had their first effort on goal with a fierce fifth-minute shot that flew over from a Dasilva cross.

    Chris Martin’s strong run down the left almost created a 26th-minute chance for Semenyo and when the ball was cleared Sessegnon fired over from 25 yards.

    Jamie Paterson then latched onto a poor pass from Roberts and burst into the box only to place his low shot too close to Woodman.

    Andre Ayew tested Bentley for the first time with a powerful angled drive that the Bristol City keeper did well to parry in the 31st minute.

    Martin saw a diving header go just past a post. At the other end, Ayew headed against the bar after 38 minutes, but referee Langford had already blown for an infringement.

    Woodman produced the best save of the half in the 43rd minute, diving to keep out Taylor Moore’s header from a Brunt free-kick.

    The second half sprang to life with Lowe’s goal. Last ditch tackles denied Ayew at one end and Martin at the other, with both sides committed to attack.

    Bristol City lost Weimann to injury after 65 minutes, Callum O’Dowda taking his place, and then had Sessegnon stretchered off in the 72nd minute, with striker Famara Diedhiou going on as substitute.

    Holden went for broke with 12 minutes left, taking off centre-back Moore and sending on Wells as a fourth striker in search of the equaliser.

    It paid dividends and both sides might have won it in injury time, Swans going close through substitute Viktor Gyokeres before Smith shot wide with the final chance.

    Lineups

    Swansea City

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 1. F. Woodman

    • 23. C. Roberts Yellow Card

    • 5. M. Guehi

    • 2. R. Bennett

    • 24. J. Bidwell

    • 44. B. Cabango

    • 6. J. Fulton Yellow Card

    • 8. M. Grimes Yellow Card

    • 7. K. Smith Yellow Card

    • 10. A. Ayew Yellow Card

    • 9. J. Lowe Goal

      77'

    Substitutes

    • 13. S. Benda

    • 26. K. Naughton

    • 15. W. Routledge

    • 3. R. Manning

    • 14. V. Gyökeres

      77'
    • 21. Y. Dhanda

    • 20. L. Cullen