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Bristol vs Cardiff City (Team News)

Bristol City have a fit and cpable squad ready for tomorrow's long-awaited derby clash against Cardiff City.


Striker Steve Brooker is the only absentee, and manager Gary Johnson has insisted that Brooker will not be rushed back from his injury despite featuring and scoring in a reserve team game.


A familiar face to Cardiff fans will be Lee Trundle, the former Swansea City striker has been relegated to the bench in recent games but helped inspire his team as a substitute in the previous game and may be set for a recall.




Cardiff City also have no new injury worries with Riccy Scimeca and Trevor Sinclair both out until the new year.


Left-back Kevin McNaughton and centre-back Glenn Loovens did not train on Wednesday after suffering knocks in the 1-0 win at Blackpool, but both are fit and available for selection against The Robins.


Joe Ledley and Steve McPhail are set to resume their partnership in the centre while experienced pros Darren Purse and Robbie Fowler are both pushing for a recall to the starting XI




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Date:Friday December 14 2007

Time: 1:38PM

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NO NO NO DON T BRING PURSE BACK + IF U BRING FOWLER BACK DONT TAKE THOMMO OFF
jamie_r
Thommo and Fowler should work well too...
bluebirdshroom
yep we have tryed so many strike partnerships , fowler + jimmy . fowler + mclean , mclean + jimmy none r workin i think thommo + jimmy r doing the best but thommo + fowler will work wonders
jamie_r
Thommo does offer something the others dont seem to, and none of them offer pace
Dobby
 

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