Bristol City vs West Ham: FA Cup match preview

A look ahead to Sunday’s FA Cup fixture at Ashton Gate

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Bristol City hosts a West Ham side full of confidence, with the hammers sitting pretty at 7 in the Premier League table. Sam Allardyce is likely to stick with inform striking duo Enner Valencia and Andy Caroll for the trip to the West Country with top scorer Sakho still out injured.

Bristol City also find themselves in impressive form, currently lying 2 in League two, having scored 12 goals in their last four games, whilst being unbeaten in their last seven.

The West Country team, who have been in fine scoring form, will hope top scorer Aaron Wilbraham can add to his 10 goal tally on Sunday. And whilst West Ham has accumulated an impressive amount of points lately, they have also conceded 13 goals in their last ten matches.


Championship, 17 Apr 2012, Bristol City 1 (Skuse) West Ham 1 (Tompkins)

Championship, 1 Nov 2011, West Ham 0 Bristol City 0

Division 1, 27 Jan 1993, West Ham 2 Bristol City 0


Bristol City holds a 3-1 head to head record over West Ham (

West Ham’s only victory over Bristol City came in the 1976/77 season, when they won 2-0 at Upton Park

West Ham have netted eight times in their last five matches

Bristol City have conceded just six goals in their last ten matches


Bristol City 13/5

West Ham 10/11


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