Should Bristol City boss Sean O'Driscoll make changes for Crystal Palace clash?
The absence of a cutting edge in the final third of the pitch at the Cardiff City Stadium this weekend has left Bristol City fans asking whether head coach Sean O'Driscoll should make changes to his starting line-up for Tuesday's clash at Crystal Palace.
O'Driscoll himself admitted afterwards that his players have to be better on the ball if they are to translate meagre possession into goal-scoring opportunities away from home in the Championship.
Although City's midfield unit fought hard to close down and harry a superior Cardiff side, they created precious little in the way of chances for strikers Jon Stead and Stephen Davies.
But O'Driscoll is likely to have increased options at his disposal at Selhurst Park on Tuesday. Neil Kilkenny made his return from injury as a second-half substitute, while fellow midfielder Brian Howard produced an impressive cameo on his debut.
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Albert Adomah also came off the bench and the winger is pushing to start against Palace. In addition, midfielder Cole Skuse has now recovered from injury and is also available for selection.
Should O'Driscoll retain his workmanlike midfield against Palace or select more creative players in a bid to take the game to the Eagles?