Bristol C v Bristol R preview
Team news for Wednesday's Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash between Bristol City and Bristol Rovers at Asthon Gate.
Bristol City head coach Sean O'Driscoll is hoping Joe Bryan wins his fitness battle in time for the derby with Bristol Rovers.
The 19-year-old has an ongoing hamstring problem which makes him a doubt for the first meeting between the sides for almost seven years.
One player who can feature is Derrick Williams before he links up with the Republic of Ireland Under-21s squad, but Greg Cunningham has been called up by the senior side and will also miss out.
International duty also robs O'Driscoll of Jamaica's Marvin Elliott and Wales Under-21 international striker Wes Burns. The tie could also see starts for Elliot Parish and Marlon Harewood.
John Ward does not expect to have striker Ryan Brunt at his disposal for Bristol Rovers' local derby at Ashton Gate on Wednesday.
The Pirates are all set to face their rivals for the first time in almost seven years in front of a televised audience and a sold-out stadium but Brunt looks set to miss out on their bid for local bragging rights after taking a knock to his ankle.
Matt Harrold replaced Brunt 28 minutes into the 1-0 win over Northampton and the former Wycombe man could get the nod from the start.
Saturday's match-winner Tom Lockyer looks set to keep his place in the side as Rovers look for their third successive victory.