Charlie Mulgrew stepped up to take the spot-kick and dispatched a side-footed finish to the left of the diving Slocombe to open the scoring. In the moments after the goal, Blackburn had the opportunity to extend their slender lead, as a curling cross to far-post was somehow headed wide by Derrick Williams from close-range, after the angle of the delivery had meant the ball wasn't dealt with by the Rovers defence.
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A well-timed challenge by Byron Moore on the edge of the Rovers lifted the pressure on the Rovers back-four as the winger set off on a run down the right before lifting a ball into the path of Ellis Harrison. In a wide position, the striker shielded the ball and picked out the advancing Ollie Clarke, who shot just wide of the target from twenty-five yards out. The move by Moore instigated a run of chances, as Ellis Harrison picked out the unmarked Kyle Bennett, with the forward having the option to run a pace into the final third. Bennett broke to edge of the area, before checking back his run to shift the ball to his right foot, but his eventual attempt was blocked. Leading up to the break, Bradley Dack managed to navigate his way to latch onto a bouncing ball inside the Rovers area.
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Lee Johnson will now be hoping to pick up his first victory of the season on home turf as Rovers arrive. Any Bristol City fans who can't make tit can watch the game live via the club's BCFC+ platform. It can be watched on mobile or desktop - with Google Chrome recommended for desktop/laptop viewing. Bristol City vs Blackburn Rovers - preview The game is only available on a mobile or tablet device via the club's app. It will not be available on mobile browsers such as safari. The game will have a multi-camera production with replays and commentary and it is the first game shown by the club as part of the new Sky Sports broadcasting deal.
How to watch Bristol City v Blackburn Rovers LIVE stream in the UKBristol City supporters in the UK and Ireland will be able to watch their side's game against Blackburn Rovers on Sunday. The Robins host Tony Mowbray's team at Ashton Gate coming off the back of successive away wins against QPR and Swansea City.
The host kept up an attacking intent and almost took the lead when a delightfully weighted chipped ball by Kyle Bennett cut open the Blackburn defence, with the delivery landing perfectly into the path of Ellis Harrison. The striker connected well with his strike, but his attempt was smothered by Raya, who made himself big to produce the save from close-range. As the hour mark passed, the visitors were awarded a penalty as Tom Broadbent was judged to have fouled Richie Smallwood inside the area, after the defender lunged into a challenge.
Tom Broadbent was caught in possession in the middle of the pitch by Richie Smallwood, as the Blackburn broke at speed through Craig Conway. With Lee Brown in pursuit, Conway directed a lofted ball to the far post that was glanced wide of the target by Danny Graham. The first chance of the game for the home side escalated when Byron Moore produced a silky sequence of footwork on the edge of the Blackburn area that allowed him to work a pass through to Kyle Bennett. Bennett took a touch to set the ball out of his feet and launched a left-footed attempt that continued to rise over the frame of the goal. A rushed clearance from Ollie Clarke resulted in Blackburn breaking into the Rovers area, as Danny Graham attempted to force a pass across the face of goal to Bradley Dack, who ballooned his first-time attempt over the crossbar, with both Tony Craig and Tom Broadbent tracking back.
In a quest for an equalising goal, Darrell Clarke made a double change, introducing Mo Baghdadi and Dom Telford, with Baghdadi becoming the latest member of the Development Squad to make a debut in the EFL. As the clocked ticked down, the home side committed more men forward. Kyle Bennett and Baghdadi combined down the right to mount a quick break, as Bennett fired a dangerous low cross into the area that narrowly missed the blue and white shirts inside the area. Chances were still presenting themselves, as Tony Craig picked out a cross from the right that was snatched out of the clutches of Raya by Gaffney, but as the ball pinballed around the six-yard area it didn't drop kindly for hosts.
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