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City Unchanged In Pursuit Of Survival

Lee Johnson keeps faith in the same starting XI for the fourth successive game as his side go in search of securing their Sky Bet Championship status against Barnsley this afternoon (3pm).

Aaron Wilbraham and David Cotterill drop out of the matchday squad, with Bobby Reid and Milan Djuric returning to the bench.

Victory for City combined with defeat for Blackburn Rovers at Wolves would guarantee the club’s survival.

Bristol City: Fielding, Little, Flint, Wright, Bryan, Brownhill, K.Smith, Pack, Paterson, Abraham, Taylor. Subs: Giefer, Magnusson, Hegeler, Reid, O’Dowda, Tomlin, Djuric.

Barnsley: Davies, Janko, Roberts, MacDonald, Jones, Moncur, Scowen, Mowatt, Watkins, Armstrong, Kent. Subs: Townsend, Evans, Smith, Williams, Hedges, Lee, Bradshaw.

Referee: Mr S Duncan.

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