Tony Mowbray rotated the squad to good effect on Tuesday, and sprang a bit of a surprise with the formation we played.
It worked well, but will he change it up again today?
Here’s how we might line up this afternoon.
Goalkeeper: Anthony Patterson
Another excellent game from Patterson on Tuesday, rounded off by his Higuita-like penalty save.
Defenders: Trai Hume, Dan Ballard, Danny Batth, Dennis Cirkin
I think we could see a change at left back today.
Dennis Cirkin impressed from the bench on Tuesday, and Aji Alese has played a lot of football since being rushed back from injury.
Tony Mowbray highlighted Bristol City’s strength getting down the wings and getting crosses in, and I reckon he may go with Cirkin here as he’s a bit stronger defensively in those wide areas.
Other than that, how could you change Hume, Ballard and Batth?
Midfield: Luke O’Nien, Dan Neil
Luke O’Nien turned in a man-of-the-match performance on Tuesday in midfield, and initially, I did have Michut returning to the XI, but having mulled it over I don’t think you can drop O’Nien after that game. Dan Neil was excellent off the bench on Tuesday, and should come straight back in.
Attacking midfield: Patrick Roberts, Amad, Jack Clarke
Roberts and Clarke have played a lot of football recently, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see one of them sit out in midweek against Rotherham, but I think at home today both will start.
Amad looked excellent off the bench on Tuesday - although he should have scored - and will surely come back into the starting team.
Striker: Joe Gelhardt
Gelhardt should have had a couple of goals in midweek, but I reckon he’ll get on the scoresheet today.
His off-the-ball work was phenomenal and he’ll come good.