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Tomlin And Magnusson Recalled To Face Burton

Lee Johnson makes two changes to his side as City hunt a vital home victory against Burton Albion at Ashton Gate (3pm).


Hordur Magnusson and Lee Tomlin return to the starting line-up at the expense of Zak Vyner and Callum O’Dowda.

Tomlin will support Aaron Wilbraham in attack, while Milan Djuric is fit enough for a place on the bench after suffering a stomach injury.

Bristol City: Giefer, Wright, Flint, Magnusson, Cotterill, K.Smith, O’Neil, Reid, Bryan, Tomlin, Wilbraham. Subs: Fielding, Hegeler, Pack, O’Dowda, Paterson, Djuric, Taylor.

Burton Albion: McLaughlin, Brayford, Mousinho, Turner, Flanagan, Christensen, Irvine, Murphy, Dyer, Woodrow, Sordell. Subs: Bywater, McFadzean, Naylor, Williamson, Palmer, Miller, Varney.

Referee: Mr G Scott.

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