Bristol City vs Stoke City Match Review
December 16, 2022 Sports Betting
On Saturday afternoon, Bristol City welcomes Stoke City to the Championship with the goal of extending their unbeaten run to four games.
The Potters, who are currently in 16th place in the rankings, travel to Ashton Gate one point behind their opponents.
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Bristol City vs Stoke City Tips and Prediction
Nigel Pearson is aware that he cannot afford for his team to continue their current bad form into January after they only managed two victories in their previous 13 games before the World Cup break.
The Robins, on the other hand, put up a much-needed improvement performance the last time out to defeat Rotherham United 3-1 and move the team up to 16th place.
Bristol City currently have some momentum after putting together a three-match unbeaten streak, even though there are only three points separating them from the relegation zone.
Only three more points separate 11th place from promotion, emphasizing the razor-thin margins that separate a promotion attempt from a fight to stay in place.
Although Bristol City have lost their past four league games at Ashton Gate, Pearson will make an effort to stay in the present.
Alex Neil of Stoke City would have thought that the necessary break would have helped his team regroup in preparation for climbing the standings.
Instead, the Potters drew 2-2 with Cardiff City, blowing a halftime lead and keeping them only two points above the bottom three.
While the Potters’ performance at the bet365 Stadium is hurting them this season, they have produced a solid road record, earning 14 points from 11 games.
However, despite the return of Australia’s Harry Souttar, Stoke have allowed two goals in three of their last four Championship games. This needs to change.
This is a really tough match to pick given the lack of consistency that has plagued each side this campaign. You can accuse us of being neutral, but the most we can do is forecast a scoreless tie that may or may not favor either club.