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Posted Saturday, February 10th 2018

Fielding returns between the sticks

Keeper Frank Fielding returns in the City goal to face Sunderland this afternoon.

He has recovered from a groin injury, which he picked up in the 0-0 draw against Derby County last month.

Fielding gets the nod ahead of Luke Steele, who is handed a place on the substitutes bench at Ashton Gate.

All other outfield positions are unchanged from the side which started against Bolton Wanderers last Friday. 

Bristol City: Steele, Smith, Wright, Flint, Bryan, Kent, Brownhill, Pack, Paterson, Diédhiou, Reid. Subs: Steele, Magnusson, Walsh, Eliasson, Engvall, Woodrow, Dïony.

Sunderland: Camp, O'Shea, Browning, Clarke-Salter, Jones, Cattermole, Honeyman, Ejaria, Oviedo, Asoro, Fletcher. Subs: Steele, Love, Gooch, Robson, Lualua, McGeady, Maja.

Referee: Mr J Linington.

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