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Posted Friday, March 16th 2018

Media Watch - March 16th

Here's a round-up of the latest online and newspaper media coverage about City.

Assistant head coach Jamie McAllister believes that home advantage will be crucial for City this weekend when they line-up against the Tractor Boys, as Vital Football reports.

Cole Skuse missed Ipswich Town's defeat to Hull City on Tuesday night with a hamstring complaint but Green'Un24 states that the former City midfielder is hoping to be fit for tomorrow's Sky Bet Championship clash in BS3.

The Scottish Sun believes that City and Birmingham City have joined Hibs and Hearts in the hunt for Celtic's loan star Scott Bain.

Gloucestershire Live reports on Joe Morrell being called up for Wales Under-21s' European Championship qualifier against Bosnia-Herzegovina.

City loanee Zak Vyner told the Plymouth Herald that he is relishing Plymouth Argyle's clash against Bristol Rovers this weekend.

After having his contract terminated at Ashton Gate, the Bristol Post reports on Ivan Lucic signing for Austria Wien.

In his weekly column for the Post, Leroy Rosenior discusses City's recent form and offers his opinion on what Lee Johnson should do with Löis Diony.

These stories have been reproduced from today's media. It does not necessarily represent the position of Bristol City FC.

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