In the latest ongoing European League 2019 football tournament, Bristol City will go head-to-head against Derby County tomorrow on 21 August 2019. The match will be held in the Pride Park Stadium (also known as Pride Park) in Derby which is also the home ground of the Derby County football team. With this match, the Derby County team is looking forward to beating Bristol City and maintain their streak by winning all the five matches played this season.
On Tuesday of 21 August 2019, the Bristol City team squad will go on the ground without Jaime Paterson. Peterson will not be playing the match as he is a loanee to Bristol City and the match is being played against the parent club that owns him currently. Apart from Peterson, the squad will also miss Duane Holmes and Graeme Shinnie, who is recovering from the injuries they had from the previous matches.
On a positive note, Pedro Pereira, who is a defender to the team is back. Other team members who are currently out of the match against Derby County include the goalkeeper Niki Maenpaa, Saikou Janneh, and Marley Watkins. Out of the last 12 matches played in this championship, Derby has only lost once that too against Bristol City at the match held in Ashton Gate on the month of September 2017. In the remaining matches, the team managed to win 6 of the games and saw 5 matches as a draw.
Bristol City, on the other hand, has only won 1 out of 11 away matches they played, that too against Derby County.
Bristol City Squad 2019
Palmer, Weimann, Bentley, Afobe, Pedro Pereira, Kalas, Brownhill, Baker, Rowe, Moore, and Massengo.
Derby County Squad 2019
Waghorn, Clarke, Roos, Keogh, Huddlestone, Lowe, Evans, Dowell, Lawrence, Josefzoon, and Malone.
Talking about the top scorers of Bristol City, Afoge, Rowe, and Nagy are the top goalscorers for the team whereas Eliasson, Weimann, and Palmer provided the top assists.
For Derby County, Waghorn, and T. Lawrence are the top scorers and the top assists were provided by Dowell and Bogle.
On other facts, the Derby County team have failed to score any goals within the previous 3 consecutive matches played in their home ground for competitions that were held back in the month of September 2016. In these matches, Derby lost to Ipswich and Newcastle, and also succumbed to Liverpool for a 3-0 defeat in the League Cup. In all the previous 8 competition matches played, only one match was lost by Bristol City, in which they lost against Birmingham City for a 2-1 score.