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Wolves Loss Sums Things Up - Pack

Marlon Pack believes Bristol City’s recent run was summed up in their topsy-turvy Boxing Day defeat at Wolves.

City have lost seven of their last eight matches in the Sky Bet Championship, although all but one of those defeats have been by a one-goal margin.

The latest came at Molineux, where City led 2-1 at the break, before being overturned to lose 3-2 – despite being denied a last-gasp equaliser with the last kick of the game.

“It sums up how things are going for us right now,” a disappointed Pack told Bristol City Player HD.

“Things are not going in our favour. I thought it had crossed the line at the end to get us a draw. It looks tight on the match video.

“We were 2-1 up away from home and we have to do better to see games out.

“We seemed to start the second half well; it’s difficult – do you shut up shop or go out for a third goal to kill it?

“It feels like the luck isn’t going our way. I know we can affect that and hopefully it will turn sooner rather than later.”

He added: “We’ve done enough in a lot of games recently to earn more points than we’ve actually managed to get on the board.

“Ultimately we haven’t taken enough chances and we’ve conceded soft goals.

“The boys know how important the Ipswich game is now. We need to assess what we’ve done wrong and put it right.”

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