Top of the table took on bottom of the table last night in a crucial West Country derby. Yeovil Town remain deep in trouble at the foot of League One after losing at home to top-of-the-table Bristol City.
City's Joe Bryan had this to day after the match.
But despite the grim outlook for Yeovil, manager Terry Skiverton remains positive.
A six-year-old Bristol City fan with cerebral palsy will be returning to his unofficial team duties to lead the squad out at Wembley.
Oskar Pycroft will be first on to the famous pitch in his wheelchair in front of the team as they face Walsall in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final. The club have given their backing to a campaign to raise money for an operation in America which could help Oskar walk.
The youngster has currently raised just over £37,000 of the £50,000 needed. In November the youngster led City out ahead of their match against Preston North End, which saw the club raise £15,000.
He will join more than 50 supporters who will be trekking from Bristol to Wembley on March 22.
Former Bristol City winger Scott Murray has tweeted a photo with fans at Ashton Gate queueing for tickets for this Sunday's FA Cup fourth round tie with West Ham. Tickets go on general sale at 9am.
Season card holders and members have already claimed theirs. The stadium's capacity is limited to just 13,000 due to ongoing building work.
Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill was frustrated at his team's defensive lapses which cost them two points against Bradford City even though they set a new club record of 14 matches unbeaten since the start of the season.
Despite Aden Flint's double, City were twice pegged back at Ashton Gate but still extended their lead at the top of League One to six points.
Middlesborough manager Tony Mowbray has told his club's official website that the transfer of Albert Adomah from Bristol City to 'Boro is 'either done or very very close to being done'.
Adomah arrived in Middlesborough yesterday before their 3-1 defeat to Accrington Stanley in the League Cup.
The move is expected to be officially completed later today.
The future of Bristol City's ground has been hotly debated for years. Now, in the latest development, the club has unveiled plans for a revamped stadium at Ashton Gate to be shared with Bristol Rugby.
If it goes ahead work would start next year - the famous Wedlock stand would be rebuilt and the pitch moved. The proposals are an alternative to controversial plans for a brand new stadium nearby. Jonty Messer reports:
£40 million plans to develop Bristol City's Ashton Gate home go on show to the public this week. The club wants to replace two of the grandstands, increasing capacity to 26,000. It would also groundshare with Bristol Rugby.
The club still wants to build a new stadium at Ashton Vale but the proposals are a back up in case that falls through.
Bristol City Football Club have announced which players are leaving Ashton Gate at the end of the season:
- Jon Stead
- Cole Skuse
- Lewis Carey
- Dean Gerken
- Mark Wilson
- Brian Howard
- Matthew Bates
Long serving Robins player Louis Carey will be offered an extension to his contract, as will Tom Heaton and Lewin Nyatanga.