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Last Updated: 05/10/18 5:22pm
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson hopes his injury problems are about to ease ahead of Sunday's Championship clash with Sheffield Wednesday.
Johnson reported "one or two niggles" following his side's frustrating midweek draw against Rotherham. But defender Bailey Wright could come into contention after returning from injury while goalkeeper Frank Fielding is also back in the reckoning.
Jamie Paterson will be pushing for a place in the starting line-up as the Robins look to end a run of four games without a win.
Wednesday are still without in-form Marco Matias, who missed the midweek draw with West Brom due to a hamstring problem. But midfielder Barry Bannan is back after sitting out the game on Wednesday due to suspension.
And boss Jos Luhukay could have his options further increased by the respective returns of Daniel Pudil (nose) and Ash Baker (leg). Gary Hooper, Sam Winnall, Kieran Lee and Joost van Aken are all still on the Owls' long-term injury list.
Bristol City are unbeaten in seven home league matches against Sheffield Wednesday (W3 D4).
Sheffield Wednesday haven't kept an away clean sheet at Bristol City in a league match in their last 20 attempts - they last achieved this in a 1-0 win in May 1921.
After a run of four straight wins, Bristol City are winless in their last four Championship games (D2 L2).
Sheffield Wednesday have both scored and conceded in each of their last eight Championship games (W4 D3 L1).
No Championship side has scored more goals from corners this season than Bristol City (4, level with Brentford and Reading).
Sheffield Wednesday's Adam Reach has scored in his last two Championship games. Only once has he ever scored in three in a row in the English leagues (November 2017).
Bristol City are now four without a win after their goalless draw at Rotherham in midweek, but the closeness of the Championship at the moment means they head into the weekend just a point off the play-offs.
Sheffield Wednesday will be gutted with how they let the game slip so late on against West Brom, and they know they should have taken all three points. Draw for me.
David Prutton predicts: 2-2 (14/1 with Sky Bet)