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Bristol City vs. Nottingham Forest Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Bristol City vs. Nottingham Forest Betting Tip

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          Tommy Conway To Score Anytime @ 7/2
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          Match Result

          Norwich City

          Bristol City


          60%

          Nor

          30%

          draw

          60%

          Bri

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          Both Teams To Score

          Norwich City

          Bristol City


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          Nor

          40%

          combined

          20%

          Bri

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          Over 2.5 Goals

          Norwich City

          Bristol City


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          Nor

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          20%

          Bri

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          Bristol City vs. Nottingham Forest Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Bristol City are looking for a second Premier League scalp in the FA Cup as they face Nottingham Forest in the fourth round on Friday night.

          Bristol City reached the fourth round of the FA Cup after beating West Ham United 1-0 in the second leg of their third round replay following a 1-1 draw in the first leg.

          A goal from Tommy Conway, who bagged in both legs, was enough to see the Robins deservedly through after bettering their Premier League opponents over the course of the two legs.

          Bristol City aren't having a particularly strong campaign in the Championship as they languish down in 13th place, but they have demonstrated on occasion both in the league and in the FA Cup that on their day they're quite the force.

          Their form overall is quite poor, as they come into this game having won just one of their last six matches - the 1-0 win over West Ham.

          Their most recent outing saw them held to a 1-1 draw at home to Watford, a game they should be taking more from.

          At home they have generally been much stronger, however, as they come into this one having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five games on home soil.

          It seems quite clear that the Robins are destined for a harmless mid-table finish but it wouldn't be a novel occurrence to see a mediocre league team embark upon an inspired cup run.

          With home advantage on their side they'll come into this one more than confident of pulling off an upset against another Premier League side.

          Nottingham Forest reached the fourth round of the FA Cup by beating Blackpool 3-2 away from home following a 2-2 draw in the first leg at the City Ground.

          It's somewhat of a concern that Forest went life and death with a League One side given the quality at their disposal, but they're missing a number of players right now and were battered 4-1 by the Seasiders in this competition last season so it's at least an improvement on that.

          Forest have been having a tough season but do appear to have improved following manager Steve Cooper's departure which resulted in Nuno Espírito Santo taking his place.

          Their form is pretty solid as they come into this one having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 3-2 loss to Brentford.

          The loss to Brentford was a damaging one for Forest but they were missing a huge number of first-team players for various reasons so it can be excused.

          Their form away from home has been solid, with Nuno's side having won two, drawn one and lost one of their last three games on the road, including a 3-1 win at Newcastle, so there's no reason why they shouldn't come out on top here.

          They'll be prepared for a motivated and dogged Bristol City side and know they'll probably have to come under cosh at times, but it's not a game they should be losing even with their absentees.

          For our Bristol City vs. Nottingham Forest prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.

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          Bristol City Team News

          Scott Twine scored in his debut for the Robins against Watford at the weekend but will play no part in this one given he's cup-tied after already featuring for Hull against Birmingham in this competition.

          That will likely see one of Taylor Garnder-Hickman or Anis Mehmeti come into the starting lineup as manager Liam Manning looks to name a lineup similar to the one that started the win over the Hammers last time out.

          Nottingham Forest Team News

          Morgan Gibbs-White is unlikely to feature here after missing the last two games with injury.

          Anthony Elanga is also a doubt while Taiwo Awoniyi, Felipe and Divock Origi all continue to miss out.

          Forest will also be without Serge Aurier, Ola Aina, Cheikhou Kouyate, Ibrahim Sangare, Willy Boly and Moussa Niakhate, who are all away on international duty with their respective nations at AFCON 2023.

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