Bristol City host Norwich City in the Championship on Saturday in a 12:30pm kick-off at Ashton Gate as we bring you the latest Bristol City v Norwich live streaming news.
The two sides are level on points, having both won four, drawn two and lost two of their opening eight games, with the hosts one place ahead of their forthcoming opponents on goal difference n fifth.
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However, they come into the meeting in contrasting form, with Bristol City’s 1-0 loss at Bournemouth in midweek making it four matches without a win having started the season in brilliant form.
Norwich, however, recorded three consecutive victories before Tuesday’s impressive 1-1 draw at Brentford kept them in a play-off spot.
As such, the Canaries are 23/20 favourites to win the match, with the draw 5/2 and a home win 23/10.
Bristol City are also weakened by numerous injuries at present, with Dean Holden unable to select Andreas Weimann, Alfie Mawson, Steven Sessegnon, Liam Walsh, Joe Williams and Nathan Baker for this match.
Nahki Wells and Chris Martin are likely to return to the starting XI, though, with their presences missed in attack at Bournemouth. The pair are 5/2 (Betway) and 11/4 (Betfair) respectively to score anytime.
Kenny McLean’s 87th minute equaliser at Brentford was Norwich’s fourth late goal in a row, and makes the Scotland international a contender to return to the starting line-up.
Daniel Farke’s main selection issue is at left-back, with Xavi Quintilla pulling up in the warm-up at Brentford and unlikely to recover in time for the trip to Bristol. Jacob Sorensen deputised well despite having little experience in the position and is likely to be given another chance to impress.
Teemu Pukki should get the nod up-front once more, with the 2018-19 Championship Player of the Year and top goalscorer 6/4 (Sky Bet) to score anytime.
One price which does stand out is Norwich to win and both teams to score at 7/2 (bet365). It’s landed in two of their last four matches, with both teams scoring in three of Bristol City’s last five matches.
It also landed in 15 of Norwich’s 46 matches during their promotion campaign under Farke two seasons ago.
I’d also expect a few cards with Jarred Gillett officiating. The Australian referee has shown both sides at least one card each in 14 of his last 18 matches at this level, with 30+ booking points landing at the same rate, while Bristol City are averaging 1 yellow card per game and Norwich 1.5 so far this season.
Jamie Paterson and Ben Gibson have both been booked twice for either side this season, so appear big prices at 9/1 and 15/2 respectively to be carded (Betfair). The double pays an eye-watering 91/1.