Watch Bristol City V Barnsley Live Stream Online PC TV Video Free, Bristol City V Barnsley Live Online Instant Streaming Internet TV, Bristol City V Barnsley Live Soccer TV Channels Online Bristol City striker Brett Pitman serves the last of a three-game ban after his sending off against Coventry.
Manager Derek McInnes has defenders Lewin Nyatanga and James Wilson back after recent ankle problems for both.
Barnsley are without defenders Scott Golbourne (groin) and Rob Edwards (dead leg) and winger Matty Done (hamstring).
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Striker Kallum Higginbotham, on-loan from Huddersfield, and midfielder Stephen Dawson could play with Keith Hill looking to make changes.
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• These clubs have been competing against each other since 1901; Bristol City have won 39, and Barnsley 29, with 18 drawn.
• Barnsley have won one of their last eight league games with the Robins, and last returned with maximum points from Ashton Gate in October 1993.
• Bristol City have won 30 of the 41 home league games with the Tykes, and need to score one goal to take the total against these opponents on home soil to 100.
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• Victory for Bristol City will secure a sixth successive season of Championship football. Should the Robins lose, they will also be assured of their continued second tier status if both Portsmouth and Coventry fail to win their games.
• If Derek McInnes's side avoid defeat, they will have built their longest unbeaten sequence of the season - seven games.
• Bristol City have scored 41 Championship goals; only relegated Doncaster have found the net less often (39).
• Barnsley have earned themselves a seventh straight season at this level, but could finish as low as 20th for the third time in the six seasons since promotion from League One.