The EFL Championship match between Bristol City and Swansea will take place on 24.10.2020 at 16:00. As usual for Bristol City home games, the match will be played on Saturday in the Ashton Gate. This means that the 2rd place side will play against the 5rd place side of the EFL Championship. Current statistics of Bristol City Football Club Bristol City Football Club lost its last duel 0:1 against Middlesbrough. In the 15 games of the recent six months, the home team has won 6 games. The team has had three wins, two draws and three defeats at their home stadium. In the current season 20/21, Bristol City has so far managed to win 2 out of 3 home games (66.67%). Zero matches ended in a draw and one game was lost at home. Overall, Bristol City has four wins, one draw und one loss after 6 season games. More goals are scored by Dean Holden’s team in the second half. Bristol City’s current record shows an average of 2,00 goals per home match, of which 1,33 are their own goals and 0,67 are goals scored against them. Last season, Bristol City Football Club scored an average of 1,30 goals in front of their own fans and conceded 1,43 goals. Home games usually ended 1:1, 2:1 or 1:2 in the previous season. The most often final score in their own stadium last season was 0:1, 2:0 or 2:1. Current statistics of Swansea City AFC In their last game, Swansea played 1:1 against Coventry City. This season, the team has won 2 out of 3 away games so far (66.67%). Swansea has won eight matches and lost three matches in the last 6 months, with four games ending in a draw. Swansea was able to win five away victories. The team lost zero matches in the foreign stadium and in three matches the teams separated with a draw. There have been 1,33 away goals scored by Steve Cooper’s team on average this season. Most of these coming before the half-time break. On average, 1,67 goals are scored when Swansea plays in foreign stadiums. Last season, Swansea finished with an average of 1,52 goals for and 1,30 against in away games. Last last season, away matches most often ended 1:1, 2:2 or 0:0. Swansea’s away games this season have ended primarily 1:1, 2:0 or 1:0.