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Posted Tuesday, March 12th 2019

Marinovic starts between the sticks

Stefan Marinovic makes his City debut against Ipswich Town tonight.

The goalkeeper is a new arrival in BS3 after signing as a free transfer last week.

He replaces Max O’Leary, with Lee Johnson making a further four changes from Saturday’s 1-0 defeat against Leeds United.

Lloyd Kelly returns to the starting XI as do Jack Hunt, Niclas Eliasson and Andreas Weimann who replace Jay Dasilva, Bailey Wright, Callum O’Dowda and Antoine Semenyo, respectively.

Marlon Pack will lead the team against the Tractor Boys tonight (March 12th, 7.45pm KO).

City: Marinovic, Hunt, Webster, Kalas, Kelly, Pack, Brownhill, Paterson, Eliasson, Weimann, Diédhiou. Subs: O’Leary, Wright, Dasilva, Taylor, O’Dowda, Semenyo, Palmer.

Ipswich: Bialkowski, Chambers, Chalobah, Edwards, Jasckson, Nolan, Nsiala, Dozzell, Emmanuel, Kenlock, Judge. Subs: Wright, Skuse, Harrison, Bishop, Bree, El Mizouni, Dawkins.

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