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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
10 Fulham 7 7 5 28
11 Bristol City 8 3 8 27
12 Barnsley 7 4 8 25
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Bristol CityBristol City
Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton & Hove Albion
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2
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BarnsleyBarnsley
Bristol CityBristol City
2
2
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Bristol CityBristol City
Hull CityHull City
1
2
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Bristol CityBristol City
Blackburn RoversBlackburn Rovers
1
0
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Queens Park RangersQueens Park Rangers
Bristol CityBristol City
1
0
FT
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Cardiff CityCardiff City
Bristol CityBristol City
2
1
FT
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Bristol CityBristol City
Nottingham ForestNottingham Forest
2
1
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Bristol CityBristol City
Leeds UnitedLeeds United
1
0
FT
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FulhamFulham
Bristol CityBristol City
0
4
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Bristol City 2-0 Ipswich Town

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A stunning 72nd-minute goal from Luke Freeman helped Bristol City return to winning ways with a 2-0 Championship victory over Ipswich at Ashton Gate.

The winger let fly with a brilliant left-footed volley from just area the box when a free-kick was cleared by the Ipswich defence and the ball arrowed past Bartosz Bialkowski and into the top corner before he had time to move.

City had taken a 31st-minute lead through a soft penalty conceded by Bialkowski, who was deemed to have upended Tammy Abraham...

Reading extend winning league run to give games with victory over Bristol City

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Bristol CityBristol City
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In-form Reading secured their fifth straight Sky Bet Championship win by overcoming Bristol City 2-1 at the Madejski Stadium.

Reading went in front after 13 minutes when Garath McCleary netted the rebound after seeing his weak spot-kick saved by City goalkeeper Frank Fielding, and City were breached again six minutes later when a flowing Reading move ended with Roy Beerens slamming home a fine first-time drive.

Although City improved after the break, they had only an 87th-minute goal from captain Gary...

Che Adams on the mark to earn Birmingham a win against Bristol City

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Birmingham increased their unbeaten home run to seven games with a narrow 1-0 Sky Bet Championship over Bristol City.

After being on the ropes for much of the second half Birmingham were indebted to an 81st-minute winning goal from Che Adams.

Bristol City were redoubtable opponants but this latest setback means they have now won only once in their last eight games on the road.

Birmingham had to battle the entire game and finished with 10 when Jonathan Spector was sent off for a reckless tackle in the...

Tammy Abraham accepts he may have to prove himself away from Chelsea

David Luiz is a mainstay in Chelsea's defence, but will his fine form continue this season under Antonio Conte?
Alejandro Moreno sifts through the latest rumours including Cesc Fabregas, Dimitri Payet and more.

Tammy Abraham says he wants to be one of the best strikers in the Premier League within three years, but is prepared for the possibility that he may have to earn that status away from Chelsea.

Abraham, 19, who joined Bristol City on loan in the summer after scoring 74 goals in 98 games at youth level for Chelsea, has netted nine times in 16 Championship appearances this season and broken into the England under-21 squad.

The teenager's form has not gone unnoticed at Stamford Bridge, and last month...

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Wales defender Ben Davies ruled out of qualifier with ankle injury

Ben Davies will not be able to recover from his injury in time to play for Wales.

Ben Davies will miss Wales' World Cup qualifier against Serbia on Saturday.

The Tottenham defender suffered an ankle injury during the 1-0 Champions League defeat to Bayer Leverkusen last week.

Davies missed the 1-1 Premier League draw at Arsenal on Sunday and his absence is a big blow to Wales.

The 23-year-old was one of Wales' best performers at Euro 2016 last summer as Chris Coleman's side reached the semifinals in France.