Match Preview Anybody still there? HMS Piss the League is listing to starboard after first springing a leak in after the team announcement for the game against Middlesbrough back in September. Not many are left on board now, valiantly hoping the leaky ship magically repairs itself soon. Which is a shame as I pulled out the stops for this week's preview and hired Emma Saunders and Co. to host a special preview show just for us! Check out this not-at-all-hastily-put-together-show-that-I-hoped-would-turn-out-a-lot-better-than-it-did: Thanks Emma Opponents this time are the slightly underwhelming Bristol City, who have established themselves as neither brilliant nor rubbish in the last few years. Managed by Dean Holden, Bristol City currently sit quite low on the form table, having lost 4 of their last 6 games. Their last game was a two-nil home defeat against their neighbours Cardiff City, who sit even lower in the form table than the Robins. Bristol City's defence doesn't seem too bad, with Mawson and Kalas doing a decent enough job. Mariappa seems to have played at left back against Cardiff, perhaps a sign of their defensive situation and current injuries. It also appears to be a shift in playing to a 4-3-3, but I wouldn't be surprised to see that change, especially away from home at The Vic. Goals have mostly come from Nakhi Wells and Famara Diédhiou, with 6 goals each. Jamie Paterson and Andreas Weimann have 5 between them, and the rest picking up the scraps. A bit like Watford, not many sources of goals, but they do at least seem to have strikers capable of putting them in. Former Hornets playing for the Robins these days include Henri Lansbury, Adrian Mariappa, Andreas Weimann and Rene Gilmartin. Weimann picked up an injury back in October-time, and has been out since. In fact, the Robins appear to be inflicted by a number of injuries which may, in part, explain why they've not been able to creep into the playoffs despite a fairly poor Championship this season. Sessegnon, Weimann, DaSilva, Rowe and many others all appear to be injured. With the Robins still to play an FA Cup game against Sheff Utd on Wednesday, that injury/unfit list could grow even more. Wells (left) and Diédhiou (right) It was late November when the two sides last met, with Bristol up around 3rd at that point. There will be at least two changes in our line-up from that November fixture, as both Garner and Quina are no longer at the club. This is how we lined up last time out: Foster Ngakia -- Kabasele -- Cathcart -- Femenía Sarr -- Chalobah -- Garner -- Quina Gray -- João Pedro And this is how it went. If you want to watch highlights of a 0-0 draw, knock yourself out. I can see Watford winning, but not with a convincing performance. Whilst I'm hoping for some inspired change in how we play, I don't see where that is going to come from. Trivia: 13/2/21 will be Jerry Springer's 77th Birthday. It also marks the day that Catherine Howard (Henry VIII's 5th wife) was executed. John Cleese and Jenson Button are both Bristol City fans supposedly. As is Baldrick from Blackadder according to random websites. Head-to-Head: Watford have a bit of catching up to do still, with the Robins getting 8 more wins than Watford, dating all the way back to 1923.