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[Image] Predicted 4-4-2 Bristol City XI to face Millwall – can the Robins grab 3 points?

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Predicted Bristol City line-up to face Millwall in the Championship

Bristol City picked up an important 3-2 victory against Ipswich Town in the Championship in the mid-week clash. The win keeps them in 14th place but manager Lee Johnson will be glad to see a positive performance from his side.

They need to replicate those performances when Millwall visit the Ashton Gate this weekend. Millwall are on the back of a loss against Birmingham City and will be aiming to make amends. If the Robins can pick up another victory, it would do a world of good to the club.

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Bristol City are fortunate not to have a single injury concern in the squad. Manager Lee Johnson can pick from a lavish set of options and deploy his strongest team to go up against Millwall in the league.

Probable Bristol City XI

Manager: Lee Johnson

Formation: 4-4-2

Niki Maenpaa (GK)

Had a mediocre outing against Ipswich but did manage to make a few saves. He will continue in goal.

Jack Hunt (RB)

Hunt was rested in the last game and will return at right-back for this one. He looked good after coming on in the last quarter.

Tomas Kalas (CB)

Kalas has been consistent but has to defend better against Millwall. Bristol have been conceding at an alarming rate.

Adam Webster (CB)

Didn’t have the best of games last time out against Ipswich but ultimately came through for the team. He will continue alongside Kalas at the back.

Lloyd Kelly (LB)

Kelly has looked bright after coming into the side. He will keep his place at left-back for this game.

Niclas Eliasson (RM)

Looked energetic and caused all sorts of problems last time out. He will definitely continue on the right-hand side of the midfield.

Liam Walsh (RCM)

Didn’t defend so well but supplied the passes properly in the middle of the park and always kept the ball moving.

Marlon Pack (LCM)

Pack has done well defensively over the last few games and will definitely start this one next to Walsh.

Hakeeb Adelakun (LM)

The youngster once again turned heads with his impressive performance and will surely continue down the left-hand side.

Jamie Paterson (ST)

Scored a good goal and has looked in fine form going into this game. He will surely keep his place up front.

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Andreas Weimann (ST)

Hasn’t found the net for a while and needs to do better in front of the goal. He will continue to lead the line.

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