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City Unchanged For Huddersfield Trip

Lee Johnson names an unchanged starting line-up as City look to leapfrog early season Sky Bet Championship pacesetters Huddersfield Town at the John Smith’s Stadium (3pm).

Joe Bryan returns to the squad on the bench at the expense of former Huddersfield loanee Jamie Paterson.

City continue with the orthodox 4-4-2 formation that served them well in victory over Ipswich Town at Ashton Gate last time out.

Huddersfield Town: Ward, Smith, Lowe, Schindler, Hefele, Mooy, Hogg, Van La Parra, Palmer, Wells, Kachunga. Subs: Coleman, Cranie, Holmes-Dennis, Bunn, Billing, Payne, Stankovic.

Bristol City: Fielding, Matthews, Flint, Magnusson, Golbourne, Freeman, K.Smith, Pack, Tomlin, Wilbraham, Abraham. Subs: Lucic, Moore, Bryan, O’Neil, Brownhill, Reid, Engvall.

Referee: Mr K Stroud.

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