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Posted Wednesday, November 21st 2018

We’re ready to go again – McAllister

Bristol City have dusted themselves down and are set on climbing the Sky Bet Championship once again, Jamie McAllister believes.

The assistant head coach says the squad have analysed where they went wrong before November’s international break.

With the international fixtures over, attentions now turn back to domestic action, with City facing a trip to Leeds United this Saturday (November 24th, 3pm KO).

“The last two weeks have been good, it’s been a time to reflect and a time to pick the bones out of the Preston game - to see what we didn’t do so well,” McAllister told bcfc.co.uk.

“We’ve had time to work on it in training so the last ten days have been very good on the training pitches.

“We’ve worked a lot with the lads who have looked bright and are ready to go again and want to put things right come Saturday.”

Elland Road is the City squad’s destination this weekend, where they will be backed by at least 800 travelling supporters.

And it’s a fixture the players are relishing.

“I think Elland Road is a great place to visit. It’s steeped in history, is a great place to play and there will be a full house too,” McAllister said.

“Leeds are doing alright at the moment, they lost the last game against West Brom (4-1) but it’s a great place to go and play and our lads are buzzing for it, they are looking forward to it.

“They’re desperate to go and put in a performance and hopefully come away with a positive result.”

Tickets remain on general sale for trip to Elland Road and go off sale on Friday at 2pm (November 23rd). There will be no pay on the day option for travelling supporters.

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