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O'Neil To Miss 'Three To Four Weeks'

Gary O’Neil will be out for three to four weeks with a grade two hamstring tear.

The midfielder hobbled out of City’s 2-0 defeat at Brentford on Saturday with the injury.

Lee Johnson’s side have only seven games left of the season, which concludes on Sunday, May 7th against Birmingham City at Ashton Gate.

The head coach told bcfc.co.uk: “Gary has had the injury scanned and it’s shown up a grade two tear of his hamstring.

“He’s going to miss three to four weeks, so we may just get him back for the final two games of the season.”

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