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Four Changes In Bid For Four Straight Wins

Lee Johnson makes four changes to his side as City go in search of a fourth straight victory against Nottingham Forest at Ashton Gate (3pm).

Lee Tomlin (suspended) and Mark Little (hamstring) are both missing along with Joe Bryan and Luke Freeman, who are among the substitutes.

Taylor Moore, Scott Golbourne, Josh Brownhill and Callum O’Dowda all come into the starting XI.

Bristol City: Fielding, Moore, Flint, Magnusson, Golbourne, Pack, Brownhill, Paterson, Reid, O’Dowda, Abraham. Subs: O’Donnell, Matthews, Bryan, O’Neil, Freeman, Engvall, Wilbraham.

Nottingham Forest: Stojkovic, Lichaj, Mills, Perquis, Fox, Cohen, Kasami, Lica, Lansbury, Osborn, Vellios. Subs: Henderson, Traore, Vaughan, Lam, Grant, Dumitru-Cardoso, Bendtner.

Referee: Mr S Duncan.

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