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Match Preview | Bristol City (H)

24 January 2022

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The Hatters welcome Bristol City to Kenilworth Road on Tuesday evening looking to extend their home unbeaten run to four matches in all competitions.

It was defeat for the Hatters at the weekend whilst Bristol City beat rivals Cardiff City in the severnside derby to move themselves within two points of 13th place Town. 

 

The opposition:

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Bristol City currently find themselves in 16th place and with two wins from their last five matches. 

The Robins could leapfrog Nathan Jones' side with victory at Kenilworth Road and will count on top scorer Andreas Weimann, who has 13 goals already this term, to try and leave Luton with all three points.

 

Last time we met:

Danny Hylton rescued a late point with his first Sky Bet Championship goal back in September!

Highlights from Ashton Gate can be found via our YouTube channel below...

 

Shelter's #NoHomeKit campaign:

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The Hatters are lending their full support to Shelter's #NoHomeKit campaign and will wear the white kit on Tuesday evening for Bristol City's visit Kenilworth Road, with the Robins also changing from their home kit in solidarity with Town and Shelter.

The Town’s ‘Legends’ shirt features the name of every season ticket holder who donated the refund to which they were entitled when the 2019-20 season was suspended, and was the kit the Hatters wore at Ashton Gate when the sides last met in September when Danny Hylton netted the injury-time equaliser.

For more information, click HERE.

 

Follow the action:

Supporters not attending the match at Kenilworth Road can watch via iFollow with domestic match passes available. 

 

Ref watch

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Referee: Geoff Eltringham

Assistant Referees: Akil Howson and Michael George

Fourth Official: John Busby

The man in charge on Tuesday evening is Geoff Eltringham, who took charge of Luton's 2-2 draw against Derby County in October.

He has officiated 20 matches in total this season, dishing out 81 yellow cards and two reds in the process.

 


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