Ashton Gate will be the venue as Bristol City host Swansea City in the English Football League Championship fourth round.
Bristol City have had a rather dismal start to their 2021/22 English Football League Championship campaign, drawing 1-1 against Blackpool at home and losing 2-1 away to Middlesbrough, rendering them eighteenth in the league table.
Bristol City have also fallen out of the English Football League Cup in the first round having lost away to Forest Green on penalties after the match finished 2-2. This game had a thrilling ending as Forest Green’s Regan Henry equalised in the 96th minute to earn the penalty shootout before going on to win it.
Swansea City haven’t had a great start to their Championship season either, losing 2-1 away to Blackburn on the opening day and only managing a point against Sheffield United at the Liberty Stadium.
However, Swansea did manage to win 3-0 in their preliminary EFL Cup round away at the Madejski Stadium against Reading, earning them a home fixture against Plymouth Argyle in the next round.
Head to head, Bristol City got the best of Swansea overall last season, winning 3-1 away at the Liberty Stadium after a 1-1 draw at Ashton gate earlier in the season.
Odds For Bristol City v Swansea City
As of this date, nothing separates these two sides when it comes to the odds. Whether you fancy Bristol City or Swansea City to win this match, you’ll get the same odds of 7/4. This also makes a draw fairly likely at 23/10, although the match could swing either way.
For your convenience, here are the links to the current best prices for each of the possible full-time outcomes:
The odds for the match result and both teams to score are much more tempting given the reliance of at least three goals to be scored in the game. However, since the last match between these two sides finished 3-1 and the game before was a 1-1 draw, both teams to score isn’t particularly farfetched – but which way will it go?:
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Bristol City v Swansea City Teams
Bristol City have lost eleven players during this transfer window and only brought in three new ones, drastically reducing the size of their squad to just 24. Nine of the outbound players have gone out on free transfers, while one is now without a club and one has retired.
The three inbound players include central-midfielder Matty James from Leicester City on a free transfer, central-midfielder Andy King from OH Leuven on a free transfer, and centre-back Rob Atkinson from Oxford United for an undisclosed fee.
Bristol City don’t current;y have a single player out through injury or suspension for this match against Swansea City, although this could change between now and then as they face Reading first on Tuesday night.
Swansea City have had a balanced transfer window, with six arrivals and six departures. Included in the arrivals are two free transfers, two undisclosed purchased, one loan transfer and one cash purchase – centre-forward Joel Piroe from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of £1.8 million.
Betting Tips For Bristol City v Swansea City
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Bristol City v Swansea City will begin at 19:45 on Friday the 20th of August 2021 and will be available to watch on Sky Sports Football or stream on Unibet.