In football, it was a night of mixed emotions for Bristol's two clubs.
In the Championship, City suffered their second straight defeat after conceding a late goal at Wolves. But it's 3 wins in a row for the Rovers in League Two after beating Wimbledon 3-1.
Jermaine Easter, Ollie Clarke and Matty Taylor were on-target at the Memorial Stadium.
Swindon Town have made it four wins out of four after beating to Doncaster 2-0 at the County Ground.
Matty Taylor hit a hat-trick as Bristol Rovers thrashed Hartlepool 4-1 at the Memorial Stadium.
Yeovil beat Accrington and Cheltenham lost at Eastleigh.
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As Bristol Rovers are set to make a "significant announcement" about the club's future this afternoon, ITV News understands that it could be set for a total takeover.
It comes amid speculation that the club will be bought by an influential Jordanian family.
The Al-Qadis are significant shareholders in the Arab Jordan Investment Bank.
Looks like @official_brfc won't just be announcing investment in club this afternoon, I'm hearing that it will be confirmation of a takeover
That's new investors taking over with virtually all the current board - including Nick Higgs - walking away and becoming 'fans'.
Bristol Rovers are holding a press conference at the Memorial Stadium at today (19th February) where they say a "significant announcement will be made" about the future of the club.
It comes amid speculation about foreign investment in the club from an influential Jordanian family.
If true, it could bring Rovers' hopes of anew stadium at Frenchay closer to reality.
Rovers have always been quietly confident over new UWE Stadium despite Sainsbury's debacle. News of this new investment shows why.
Easy to see why Rovers are attractive proposition despite League Two status. Permission for new stadium, good fanbase, rich history.
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