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Friday, September 27th 2019
City head to Deepdale with the aim of extending their unbeaten run in the Sky Bet Championship.
For City, Lee Johnson's side are unbeaten in their last seven league matches and have not lost away from Ashton Gate since April.
It's no secret that Preston have had the better of results in this fixture in recent years, but with both sides in good form heading into the game on Saturday, all is up for grabs.
Previous numbers and statistics can be put aside over the 90 minutes, with the amount of goals and the three points on the day all that will matter come the full-time whistle.
Bristol City v Preston North End:
W: 26 (29%)
FORM - Last five games (all competitions)
Bristol City: WWDWD
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Preston North End 0-4 Bristol City
Saturday, February 5th 2011
Scorers: Andy Keogh 5, David Clarkson 56, 65, Brett Pitman 85
City piled misery on Preston at Deepdale, who were rooted to the bottom of the Championship. Andy Keogh got City off to a quick start, tapping in from Steven Caulker's pass before a brace from David Clarkson - pictured above.
Clarkson's first came from a header as he turned Pitman's cross and the second a rebound effort after Keogh's effort was blocked.
Brett Pitman scored with just five minutes remaining to round off a pleasant afternoon in the north west.
Bristol City: James, McAllister, Fontaine, Carey (Edwards), Caulker, Elliott, Woolford, Cisse, Adomah (Pitman), Clarkson, Keogh. Subs not used: Gerken, Stewart, Nyatanga, Johnson, Sproule.
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