Bristol City have revealed how they expect their new stadium to look once redevelopment work is finished.
Two stands are being completely rebuilt as part of a £45 million pound makeover of Ashton Gate.
It also includes a conference space said to be the biggest in the region.
Cheltenham Town have drawn 1-1 at Accrington Stanley.
Wes Burns' header gave the Robins a first-half lead, but they were denied their first win in eight games when the hosts equalised on the hour.
Cheltenham remain in the bottom two, but are now level on points with 22nd place, Tranmere.
A year ago a racehorse trainer feared she would lose one of her horses after he suffered a life-threatening injury during a race at Wincanton.
But the horse, called Monkerty Tunkerty, has battled back to health and winning ways, triumphing in the Somerset National last month.
Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold and her Bath-based team appeared at the Roman Baths today, ahead of the upcoming World Championships in Germany.
The reigning Olympic champion, who has just been crowned European Champion, has set her sights on the only major title to elude her after being named in the six man squad.
The strong team also includes Rose McGrandle, who won bronze in Europe.
In football, Bristol City are now five points clear at the top of League One after a 2-0 win over Peterborough tonight.
Aden Flint and Kieran Agard scored the goals at Ashton Gate
Welsh rugby star Gavin Henson switched from Bath to Bristol just last week. He made an immediate, winning start to life at Ashton Gate in yesterday's 52-24 win over Moseley - even contributing a try in the dying minutes of the game.
Afterwards he spoke to our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth and told him that he hopes he'll help the Championship side win promotion.
Gavin Henson scored a try on his Bristol debut as Andy Robinson's men beat Moseley 52-24 in the Championship.
George Watkins (2), Charlie Amesbury, Craig Hampson, Gareth Maule and Olly Robinson also crossed, while referee Andrew Jackson awarded a first half penalty try.
Bristol remain one point behind leaders Worcester.
Bath have been beaten 34-24 at Saracens in the Premiership this afternoon.
Mike Ford's men found themselves 21-3 down early in the second half. And despite a spirited fightback where Semesa Rokoduguni scored two tries, a late penalty denied Bath a losing bonus point.
Cheltenham Town FC announced today that controversial manager Paul Buckle has left the club.
He was brought over from the US in November to much fanfare, to help arrest the club's slide in the rankings.
However, under his leadership Cheltenham won just one out of 13 games, and are now one point and one place above the drop zone.
Controversial reshuffling decisions and a lack of wins created anxiety and discontent among supporters, and rumours that Buckle's position was precarious. He recently played down whispers about his impending departure.
I've been in this position before and it's uncomfortable, it's not nice, but you need togetherness ... you need togetherness and you hold your nerve.
However today the club announced that he had left by mutual consent.
Head of Academy Coaching Russell Milton has taken temporary charge in time for Saturday's match against Bury.