On this day: Bristol City 3-0 Swindon Town
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Kasey Palmer is named in the matchday squad just days after completing his loan move to Bristol City.
Palmer, who wears the number 45 shirt, is named among the City substitutes, with Lee Johnson making four changes to his starting XI a week after their FA Cup Third Round triumph.
Lloyd Kelly, Andreas Weimann, Tomas Kalas and Marlon Pack all return to start against Bolton Wanderers this afternoon (3pm KO), ahead of Jay Dasilva, Bailey Wright, Niclas Eliasson and Joe Morrell, respectively.
In fact it's the same starting which kicked-off City's New Year's Day victory at Stoke City.
Tickets remain on sale for this afternoon's Sky Bet Championship clash v Wanderers. There is still time to become a Forever Bristol City member too, which entitles you to a free ticket for this afternoon's clash.
City v Bolton: Mäenpää, Hunt, Webster, Kalas, Kelly, Brownhill, Pack (C), Paterson, Weimann, O'Dowda, Diédhiou. Subs: O'Leary, Dasilva, Wright, Baker, Taylor, Eliasson, Palmer.
You can follow all the action live on the Match Centre.
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