Bristol City vs Rotherham preview
Last Updated: 28/12/18 1:59pm
Bristol City look set to be without defender Nathan Baker once again as he missed the Boxing Day draw with Brentford with a calf injury.
Adam Webster deputised against the Bees and is likely to do so again. Matt Taylor is available after six weeks out with a hip flexor problem but Korey Smith (knee) and Liam Walsh (knee) remain sidelined.
Rotherham are chasing a first win since November 3 but have been hit hard by injuries.
Joe Mattock is a doubt with a heel problem and striker Jamie Proctor has an unspecified injury. Midfielder Richie Towell has suffered a knock and Zak Vyner is ineligible as he is on loan from Bristol City.
Bristol City are currently unbeaten in their last four league games against Rotherham (W1 D3), their longest such run since a run of six ending in September 1996.
Rotherham have only won one of their last five away games against Bristol City (D1 L3), a 2-1 victory in December 2013 under manager Steve Evans.
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Bristol City are unbeaten in six Championship games, although four have ended level (W2). Prior to this, the Robins had lost four straight matches.
Only Ipswich (11) and Millwall (12) have dropped more points from leading positions in home games this term than Bristol City (10).
Rotherham have picked up just one win from their last 17 league games (D10 L6) and are winless in eight.
Rotherham have scored fewer first half goals this season than any other Championship side (6).
Bristol City to win 2-1 (15/2 with Sky Bet)