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Smith Given 50/50 Chance

Korey Smith is rated “50/50” for Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship clash at Ipswich Town.

The midfielder suffered a groin injury late in the 2-0 home defeat to Reading last Saturday.

It came at a point when City had already used all three substitutions and Smith battled on bravely to the final whistle.

“Korey is 50/50 at the moment,” boss Steve Cotterill told Bristol City Player HD.

There is better news with regards to Aston Villa loan defender Nathan Baker.

After suffering a back injury in the 1-1 draw at Preston North End, Baker missed out against Reading.

Cotterill reported: “Nathan is okay and will return to the squad, so we’re pleased with that.”

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