We don't have to wait long for our next Sky Bet Championship action as Bristol City head to the Brentford Community Stadium tomorrow night. The Robins are in the pack just outside the Play-Off places while we will move about Swansea City and into second with victory. Find out more about the match officials for the game below.
Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistant Referee: Adrian Waters and Matthew Jones
Fourth Official: James Linington
A familiar face, in West Sussex official Tim Robinson, will take charge of our visit from Bristol City tomorrow night.
The match will be Robinson's 21st in charge of The Bees, which is the most of any EFL Club.
Of those previous matches, we have won nine, drawn six, and lost five. Robinson was in charge of four Brentford matches last term. The first two, on the road at Charlton Athletic and then at home to Nottingham Forest, ended in 1-0 defeats. We then came from 2-0 down to draw with Blackburn Rovers in February with both sides scoring from the spot at Griffin Park. His final game in charge last campaign was July's 3-1 victory over Derby County at Pride Park.
This season's two outings have both resulted in Brentford wins. He was the man in charge of December's trip to Rotherham, our 2-0 win wrapped up by a late Ivan Toney penalty after Mikael Miller had been sent off for the hosts. Last month, he was in charge of our Emirates FA Cup Third Round victory over Middlesbrough in TW8.
In 21 games this season, Robinson has shown 69 yellow cards and five reds.
Bristol City 2020/21
285 fouls – Fewest in Sky Bet Championship
24 yellow cards – Fewest in Sky Bet Championship
1 red card – 16th in Sky Bet Championship
Tomorrow's game is on Sky Sports and iFollow for Season Ticket Holders and Premium Seat Members who have VIP upgrades.
To check you have been upgraded to VIP, login and head to ‘My iFollow Account’ select ‘Purchased Packages’, if you have been upgraded you will see a Brentford Season Ticket with an active status.
Please note, it may still give you the option to purchase a Match Pass for this fixture, however, you will still be able to watch this game without buying a pass.
If you are not a Frozen Season Ticket or Premium Seat Holder, only audio commentary is available tomorrow as the match is on Sky Sports.