Bristol v Blackburn Prediction – EFL Championship – 20/11/21

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Bristol v Blackburn Prediction - EFL Championship -20 NOV 21
Kickoff: 11:00 PM (GMT +8)Stadium: Ashton Gate

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Bristol v Blackburn Prediction (EFL Championship) – Blackburn Rovers, official partner of BetVision, head over to Ashton Gate this weekend to take on Bristol City in the League Championship. Their last match in March this year ended in a scoreless draw. Will there be a clear winner this time? Let’s take a closer look and read on for our winning tips below!

Bristol v Blackburn Prediction - Head to Head

DateHomeScoreAway
17-Mar-21Blackburn0-0Bristol
09-Dec-20Bristol1-0Blackburn
20-Jun-20Blackburn3-1Bristol

Bristol v Blackburn Prediction - Current Form

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BlackburnWLWWL

Bristol have been dismal in their last five games, having four losses and only one win. Blackburn on the other hand have been mostly in good form in the same number of contests, having three wins and two losses. Let’s take a look at their current season performance.

Bristol v Blackburn Prediction - League Performance

BristolStatisticBlackburn
19Position12
5Won7
4Drawn5
8Lost5
1.12Average Goals Scored1.65
1.59Average Goals Conceded1.53
-8Goal Difference2
19Points26

Bristol v Blackburn Prediction - Preview

Bristol City F.C.

Bristol City are now seated 19th at the table in the Championship. They suffered a tough break when they lost to 10-man Coventry City, 3-2. Ian Maatsen of the Sky Blues was sent off before halftime, and the Robins were awarded a penalty, which Chris Martin successfully converted. Matt Godden then levelled six minutes after resumption of play, but Andreas Weimann responded in the 68th minute to retake the lead. Six minutes later, Callum O’Hare equalised again, and Godden delivered the heartbreaker two minutes after regulation to the delight of the home crowd. Manager Nigel Pearson, who missed the Coventry match due to a Covid-related illness, may be unlikely to take the helm again leaving assistant Curtis Fleming in charge once more.

  • Bristol have lost only two of their last 9 Championship matches against Blackburn (W4 D3), losing both games in the 2019/20 season.
  • The Robins have lost 24 Championship matches in 2021, which is 5 more than any team. 

Blackburn Rovers F.C.

Blackburn Rovers are now at 7th in the league table, seven points clear of Bristol. They scored a massive victory as they came from behind to beat Sheffield United 3-1 in their last meeting at Ewood Park. The Blades were in the driver’s seat early on with Rhian Brewster’s 2nd minute netter. However, the Blue and Whites turned the tide as Red Khadra levelled on 37 minutes. Talisman Ben Brereton Diaz then helped Rovers take the lead in the 59th minute, and Ian Poveda doubled their advantage with a goal 11 minutes after. Manager Tony Mowbray credited the 17,000+ fans wholehearted support, as it helped the team get back to their winning ways. They hope to continue the momentum as they face the Robins next.

  • Blackburn have had 16 shits from fast breaks in the Championship ththis season, 3 more than any team. They have also scored the joint-most goals from fast breaks (3).
  • Brereton Diaz has scored 15 goals in his last 20 league appearances–he only scored 15 goals in his first 130 appearances across spells at Nottingham Forest and Blackburn.

Bristol - Bans, Injuries, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
Andy KingHamstringEarly December
Matthew JamesFoot injuryLate November
Nathan BakerHead injuryLate November
Tommy ConwayAnkle injuryLate November
Robbie CundyKnee injuryLate November
Antoine SemenyoKnee injuryLate November

Blackburn - Bans, Injuries, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
Daniel AyalaCalf InjuryLate November
Harry PickeringCalf InjuryLate November
Bradley DackACL injuryLate November

Bristol v Blackburn Prediction - Final Thoughts

Despite Bristol’s grim record under Pearson, the team will suffer without a proper manager at the helm. They will be counting on home support as they try put an end to their woes this season. It’s highly unlikely that get that opportunity with Blackburn, however, as the in-form Rovers lead the Robins in all statistics. Brereton Diaz, who is also fresh from a great showing on the Chile national team, will also be causing trouble for the undermanned home side. Thus, this will end in. convincing win for the Blue and Whites. Let’s now take a look at our predictions.

Bristol v Blackburn Prediction

We will be betting on the Asian Handicap and Over/Under in Euro football odds for this match:

Blackburn-Rovers-FC

Blackburn Rovers (0)

Odds (1.85)
Over: 2.25 GoalsOdds: 1.66

Disclaimer: The odds change from time to time without prior notice and is only available at the time of writing

For this EFL Championship Bristol v Blackburn Prediction to win, Blackburn need to win the match with a one-goal lead. For the Over/Under bet to win, the total goal count should be above 2.5 goals.

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