It's been a disappointing night for the West Country's football teams.
Both Bristol clubs have been knocked out of the FA Cup. Rovers lost their third round tie at Birmingham 3-0, while City went down 2-0 in their replay at Watford.
And in League One, Swindon Town were beaten 2-0 at bottom-of-the-table Stevenage.
Bristol City play Watford tonight in an FA Cup third round replay. The teams drew 1-1 at Ashton Gate 10 days ago. The winners will face either Manchester City or Blackburn who play tomorrow.
Bristol Rovers are also in third round action this evening. They take on Birmingham City for the right to play Swansea.
Bristol City have signed Peterborough United striker Tyrone Barnett on loan until the end of the season.
The 28-year-old, who stands at 6ft 3in, will bolster manager Steve Cotterill’s striking options for the remainder of the campaign.
Manager Steve Cotterill said: "I'm delighted to have Tyrone on board. He offers us something different in the striking department.
"We'll have to work on his fitness because he hasn't played too many games recently. I'm sure he'll fit in well with the group because he's a good character."
Last season he joined Ipswich Town on loan but suffered a knee injury which restricted him to just three appearances.
Back at Peterborough this season he netted seven times in 26 outings before his switch to Ashton Gate.
Bristol City's New Year's Day fixture at Leyton Orient has been postponed due to structural damage at the Matchroom Stadium caused by the recent adverse weather conditions.
The floodlights at the stadium were damaged over the Christmas period and require repair work before the stadium is safe for public use.
City are 21st in League One after winning back-to-back games for the first time since January.
Orient are second in the table. They drew 1-1 with third-placed Wolves on Sunday.
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City vice chairman Jon Lansdown said: “I'm delighted that Stevehas chosen to join Bristol City Football Club. I believe he has the drive, energy and ability to get usback to winning ways.
“He is passionate about bringing success to this club and I am looking forward to working with him to achieve that.”