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.
Yeovil Town have followed up their historic promotion to the Championship by tying manager, Gary Johnson, down to a new two-year contract.
It's just over two weeks since the 57-year-old helped the Glovers secure a place in English football's second tier next season following a play-off final win at Wembley.
Matthias Kurth reports:
Speaking at a press conference at Huish Park earlier, Gary Johnson said:
Gary Johnson has signed a new two-year contract to remain as manager of Yeovil Town.
Yeovil's assistant manager Terry Skiverton and coach Darren Way have also agreed new deals with the club to stay until the summer of 2015.
Yeovil Town are expected to announce today that Gary Johnson has signed a new contract to continue as manager.
The media has been invited to a news conference at Huish Park this morning.
Last season Johnson guided the Glovers to promotion to the Championship, English football's second tier, for the first time.
An 18-year-old man has been charged after throwing a smoke grenade at Yeovil Town's football pitch last Saturday [18th]. The missile was thrown into an area adjacent to the pitch at Huish Park.