Bristol City vs Preston North End – Preview, and Prediction

Bristol City vs Preston North End -Bristol City, who defeated Blackburn Rovers 2-3 in the Championship, will want for a repeat performance after winning their previous encounter.

Bristol City had 38% of the game’s possession and 5 of its 16 shots on goal were on goal. Tommy Conway and Nahki Wells each scored a goal for Bristol City (at the 42nd and 73rd minutes).

Blackburn Rovers made 11 attempts on goal at the other end, scoring on six of them. Ben Brereton Daz (93′) and Tyrhys Dolan (71′) both scored goals for Blackburn Rovers.

Bristol City has scored in each of their last six games, a streak of six straight games with at least one goal. They have accrued 15 at that time while also giving up a total of 6.

Preston North End will be looking to avenge their Championship loss to Birmingham City last time out by winning this game.

Preston North End controlled 63% of the ball during that game and made 10 attempts on goal, scoring on three of them. Birmingham City attempted 8 goals at the other end, and 3 of them were successful.

For Birmingham City, Maxime Colin scored in the sixteenth minute. In recent games involving Preston North End, it has been common for at least one team to fail to score.

It has happened five times over their previous six excursions, according to our analysis. In those matches, rival teams have scored a total of three goals, while Preston North End has scored two.

Bristol City vs Preston North End – Betting Analysis

Nigel Pearson, the manager of Bristol City, will be appreciative that his team is fully injury-free and that he has no fitness issues at all going into this match.

As a result of having a completely injury-free team to choose from, Preston North End manager Ryan Lowe has no reservations over his health going into this encounter.

Looking at their previous meetings, which date back to September 28, 2019, both clubs have split the victories, with Preston North End winning one and Bristol City drawing four of those matches in regular time.

15 goals were scored between them in all during those matches, with 8 going to The Robins and 7 to The Lilywhites. This results in an average of 2.5 goals being scored every game.

Bristol City vs Preston North End – Head-to-Head



Our Prediction: Home Win or Draw