In the FA Cup on the penultimate weekend, some games ended with a draw so that there are now replays. So the second-league champion Bristol City and the third-league Fleetwood separated. Now the outsider is allowed to compete at home and the chances of progress are certainly there.
Fleetwood plays in League One, the third-highest English league, and is currently in sixth place. The dress rehearsal on the weekend has been successful because Fleetwood won 3-1 against Bristol Rovers. Sixth place is certainly also the minimum goal of the club, because this still entitles to the promotion of relegation. On the first two teams, which are directly in the championship, Fleetwood has then already thirteen or twelve points behind. At the moment, the team has a real run. Fleetwood has not lost any of its last thirteen compulsive games. Since 15.11.2016, the team is undefeated and has won eight wins and five draws from these last thirteen matches. If you look for a home, you have to go even further. Lastly Fleetwood lost in his own stadium on the 04.10.2016 in the rather unimportant Checkatrade Trophy. Last home Leagues in the League One played on the 24/09/2016. This was also the only home game in fourteen home games in the league. Nine home games have won Fleetwood in the League One, four times there was a draw. Fleetwood has been undefeated for ten home games, nine wins, a draw.
Formcheck Bristol City
It has not been so long since Bristol City also played in the League One. In the season 2014/2015 the club succeeded as champion of this league the rise in the Championship. At the time Bristol City collected 99 points from 46 games and had a goal ratio of 96:38. One floor higher looks the whole but of course different. Last season Bristol City was able to hold the class relatively well, but also because the three descendants scored very little. In this season, the fight against the descent will be a bit more violent. At the moment, Bristol City is only nineteen and the lead to the first descent is just three points. The start to the championship was still very promising. Of the first eleven games in the league, Bristol City could win six and won two more times. Of the last fifteen league games Bristol City only won two and lost twelve! Lastly there were seven laps in the championship and a total of ten in the last eleven games. If this continues, the descent is very likely. On the weekend, Bristol City lost 2: 3 despite a double lead at home against a direct competitor for the class.