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Four Changes For Wolves Test

Lee Johnson makes four changes to his side as City resume their bid to preserve their Sky Bet Championship status against Wolves at Ashton Gate (3pm).

Mark Little, Josh Brownhill, Jamie Paterson and Matty Taylor all come into the starting line-up following the 5-0 beating at Preston North End in midweek.

Jens Hegeler, David Cotterill, Callum O’Dowda and Lee Tomlin are the unlucky quartet to miss out.

Visitors Wolves are without star man Helder Costa, who is nursing an ankle injury.

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

Wolves: Lonergan, Coady, Batth, Hause, Doherty, Evans, Edwards, Dicko, Gibbs-White, Marshall, Weimann. Subs: Burgoyne, Williamson, Saville, Price, Cavaleiro, Saiss, Bodvarsson.

Referee: Mr J Adcock.

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