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‘We’re enjoying our football again’ – Dasilva

Jay Dasilva is enjoying the free-flowing football City have shown as they look to build off the back of consecutive wins.

They head into the midweek encounter with Stoke City - which can be watched exclusively on Robins TV - following a complete performance against Middlesbrough.

They put three well-worked goals past Boro – taking their tally to five goals from their last two games, and the confidence is beginning to shine as a result.

Stoke, who are fighting for their survival in the Championship, are up next and Dasilva says the Robins have to continue focusing on what has been working well.

“We looked back at our best, we’re enjoying our football again so yes it was a great win [against Middlesbrough],” he said. “You could see in the way we moved the ball around, the goals we’ve scored and the celebrations, you can see we’re enjoying it.

“It was fun to play that sort of football, all the boys enjoy it and when we got the win as well it’s the cherry on the top.”

“Now we’ve just got to keep pushing on what we’ve been doing recently, build on those performances and keep going.”

Bristol City v Stoke City - Robins TV

The match is only available to watch on Robins TV – with pre-match coverage starting from 4pm – as it will not be shown on Sky Sports’ Red Button facility.

Season Card holders who are yet to redeem their unique voucher sent to them via email still can, giving them access to each of City’s three scheduled remaining league games.

All non-Season Card holders are able to purchase a £10 matchday pass, which is only valid for Wednesday's fixture. Non-Season Card holders should note that only those City matches not selected for broadcast by Sky Sports are available.

Head to the Robins TV website, login with your Bristol Sport Club Account, head to the packages page and select your matchday pass.

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