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TV Date For JPT Second Leg

Bristol City’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy southern area final second leg will be televised live on Sky Sports on Thursday, January 29th (7.45pm).

Steve Cotterill’s side will take a 4-2 aggregate lead over Gillingham into the game at Ashton Gate and just need to avoid defeat by more than one goal to secure their place at Wembley.

Walsall were 2-0 victors at Preston North End in the first leg of the northern area final last night.

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