Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd November 2019

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Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest Betting Tips – EFL Championship, 23rd November 15.00pm

EFL Championship high flyers Bristol City and Nottingham Forest clash at Ashton Gate in a mouth-watering matchup this Saturday. These two sides are level on 28 points apiece in the Championship table, with both teams sitting nicely in the top six. Being on home soil, Bristol City are the slight favourites, but there’s not a lot in it. This should be a cracker at Ashton Gate this weekend.

Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest Betting Odds*

Bristol City 11/8
Draw 23/10
Nottingham Forest 21/10
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 21st, 2019 at 16:30 p.m.)
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Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest Live Stats & Betting Odds

Bristol City News and Form – Will the Robins extend unbeaten run to five matches?

Before the international break, Bristol City picked up an excellent 1-0 Severnside derby victory at the Cardiff City Stadium. The Robins became the first team to win in South Wales in the Championship this season, with Josh Brownhills’s second-half thunderbolt strike doing the business in the Welsh capital.

Only leaders West Bromwich Albion have taken more away points than the Robins so far, but Lee Johnson’s men have picked up just three home league wins. However, since losing to Leeds United on the opening weekend, City are unbeaten in six on their own patch, winning three and drawing three.


Bristol City to score in both halves

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Bristol City mean business this season, and victory over Nottingham Forest at the weekend would send out a real signal of intent to their promotion rivals. Can the Bristol club make home advantage count in this one?

Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest Head to Head

Bristol City are unbeaten in their last four against Nottingham Forest, winning two and drawing two

Two of the last three meetings have ended in draws

Forest last beat Bristol City in January 2017, with Ben Osborn scoring the only goal at the City Ground

The Robins have an excellent recent record in this fixture, losing only one of the previous nine (six wins)


Key-Facts – Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest

  • Bristol City have only been beaten twice in the Championship this season
  • Forest have won their last two, beating Luton and rivals Derby
  • These two teams are level in the league table on 28 points each


Nottingham Forest News and Form – Can the Reds make it three wins on the bounce?

Sabri Lamouchi has made a stunning impact at the City Ground since arriving in England in the summer. The new Nottingham Forest manager has guided the club to eight wins from 15 games, drawing four and losing three of the other seven. Forest are fifth on 28 points having played a match less than their rivals.

Nottingham Forest head to Bristol with the fifth best away record in the Championship. Lamouchi’s troops have won half of their eight away games, beating the likes of Fulham, Swansea City, Stoke City and Luton Town.

Since losses to Wigan Athletic and Hull City, the Reds have responded with back-to-back victories over Luton and Derby County. Can the Midlands outfit make it three Championship victories in a row this Saturday?

Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest Tips & Odds

Draw and both teams to score at 10/3
Lewis Grabban to score anytime at 13/2
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 21st, 2019 at 16:40 p.m.)

Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest Predictions

Draw: Bristol City have played a game more, but the pair have both taken 28 points so far this season. The Robins have won seven, drawn seven and lost just twice, while Forest have picked up eight wins, drawn four times and suffered three losses. The Reds are only ahead of the Robins on goal difference. This is an extremely tough one to call, so have a punt on the draw and both teams to score at 10/3.

Veteran Lewis Grabban has scored an impressive seven Championship goals so far this season. The 31-year-old netted the all-important winner in the East Midlands derby last time out, and he will be eager to get his name on the scoresheet again at the weekend. Grabban is available at 7/4 to score anytime in this clash.