|Bristol City:||Asmir Begovic, Lewis Cook, Steve Cook, Junior Stanislas, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Ben Pearson, Adam Smith, Arnaut Danjuma, Dominic Solanke, Jefferson Lerma and Lloyd Kelly|
|Bournemouth:||Daniel Bentley, Kasey Palmer, Famara Diedhiou, Zak Vyner, Steven Sessegnon, Nahki Wells, Tyreeq Bakinson, Adam Nagy, Adrian Mariappa, Tomas Kalas and Jack Hunt|
|Goals:||Tyreeq Bakinson (1-0, min. 38), Junior Stanislas (1-1, min. 45) and Philip Billing (1-2, min. 88)|
Bournemouth’s 2-1 win over Bristol on Wednesday, was hard fought at Ashton Gate. Both Bristol City and Bournemouth arrived on the back of wins. Bristol City were looking to pick up points after winning their previous two matches against Swansea City away and Middlesbrough away, by 3-1 and 3-1 respectively. Bournemouth were looking to extend their winning run after a 1-0 victory against Watford. After today’s result, Bristol City are in 12th place on the table and has 45 points while Bournemouth sit in 6th with 55 points after 34 matches.
Bristol City started strongly in the first half, following a goal from Tyreeq Bakinson in the 38th minute. However, they didn’t maintain the lead for long though, an equalizer from a Junior Stanislas just before half-time brought Bournemouth level. The score at half time was 1-1.
Bournemouth continued to pile on the pressure the second half and were rewarded, beginning with a goal from Philip Billing just before the final whistle. The game ended with a 2-1 victory for Bournemouth.
For Bristol, Henri Lansbury, Antoine Semenyo and Han-Noah Massengo came on for Ben Pearson, Lewis Cook, Junior Stanislas and Arnaut Danjuma, while Bournemouth brought on Philip Billing, Shane Long, Jack Stacey and Diego Rico Salguero to replace Ben Pearson, Lewis Cook, Junior Stanislas and Arnaut Danjuma.
The referee booked Lloyd Kelly for Bournemouth.