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Highlights: Bristol City 2-1 Huddersfield Town

Watch the key moments from Ashton Gate as City secured their fourth straight home win with a 2-1 victory over Huddersfield Town to move within three points of the top six.

Famara Diédhiou pounced with two cool finishes just three minutes apart, as he took his tally to eight goals for the season – now six from his last seven games.

The Terriers showed signs of bouncing back towards the end of the first half and were a constant threat in the second in their bid to get back into the match.

Their pressure eventually came to fruition when Juninho Bacuna pounced off the back of a good move and set up a very nervy final 30 minutes in BS3.

Huddersfield, with just two points picked up on the road since Halloween, hit the woodwork four times in this game but ultimately couldn’t find a way to equalise against a defensive-minded Robins side. 

City return to league action on Saturday (January 30th, 3pm) when they travel to face Derby County and the fixture is available to watch on Robins TV. 

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