Date: 30th November 2007 at 8:11pm
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This game may have been penciled into the Sky schedule with both sides riding high earlier in the season, but it will still be a key game says Loius Carey.

The Bristol City skipper, who should start and centre back tomorrow, confirmed that his side are in confident mood, despite slipping down the league of late:

Ultimately it was important not to get beaten and keep a clean sheet so we could end the run of straight defeats going into Saturday’s match at Watford,’ Carey told his club’s website. ‘The lads worked their socks off and it’s important that remains the case this weekend.

‘We’re live on Sky again, and have already had good experiences in the league this season beating both Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday in televised games. If only Watford were Sheff-ford!

‘We’ve got a lot to live up to as a team and a club. They’re going through a bit of a tricky patch too, winning one week and losing another, so another performance in the Hull mould should hopefully see us back in winning ways.’


We all know what happened the last time a team beginning with ‘B’ travelled South in confident mood, lets hope for different outcome this time round!