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Bristol City v Swansea City kick-off time, live stream details, TV channel and team news Here's the full lowdown on the Championship clash between the Swans and the Robins. Bristol City v Swansea City live stream: How to watch the Championship wherever you are in the world Bristol City v Swansea City live stream, Sky Sports, Friday 20 August, 7.45pm BST Swansea travel to Ashton Gate on Friday night in search of their first win of the Championship season. The Swans were one game away from the Premier League in May, but play-off final defeat has been followed by a turbulent start to the 2021/22 campaign. Steve Cooper departed the Liberty Stadium a month ago after growing disillusioned with life at Swansea, and Russell Martin has hitherto struggled to get his new team going. That is understandable given he was only appointed a few days before the season began, leaving the former MK Dons boss with precious little time to get his ideas across. A 2-1 loss to Blackburn on the opening day came before a spirited 0-0 draw with Sheffield United last weekend. However, the Swans were well beaten by Stoke on Tuesday to leave them with just one point from a possible nine. Bristol City finally ended a 13-game winless run in midweek, as Nigel Pearson's side battled to an excellent 3-2 victory over Reading. Andreas Weimann scored either side of half-time for the Robins, with Chris Martin also getting on the scoresheet at the Madejski Stadium. Bristol City will now turn their attention to a dire home record which has seen them fail to win a game at Ashton Gate since late January. Andy King suffered an injury in the win at Reading and will not feature for the home team on Friday night, with Han-Noah Massengo in line to replace him. Joe Williams and Callum O'Dowda should be back in the matchday squad, although neither is likely to be fit enough to start. As for Swansea, Ryan Bennett, Kyle Naughton, Connor Roberts and Liam Walsh are unlikely to be available again until after the September international break. Korey Smith is closer to a return, while Tivonge Rushesha has stepped up his return to full fitness following an ACL injury. Manchester United loanee Ethan Laird could make his first start for the Swans. Kick-off is at 7.45pm BST and the game is being shown live on Sky Sports Football in the UK. Preview: Bristol City vs. Swansea City - prediction, team news, lineups Swansea City make the short trip to Bristol City on Friday night still looking for their first Championship victory of the season. Ahead of Bristol City's trip to the Madejski Stadium, Bristol City boss Nigel Pearson was under pressure to end a winless streak in the league which had lasted since March 13. Despite their failures on familiar territory, Pearson and his players will sense that they have an opportunity to halt that period of results on Friday. Swansea are yet to make their mark under recently-appointed head coach Russell Martin, claiming just one point from games against Blackburn Rovers, Sheffield United and Stoke City. While there is an argument that the Welsh club have had a tough start to the season, they were thoroughly outplayed by the latter of those teams on Tuesday night. Joel Piroe got on the scoresheet, netting his second goal since a summer move from PSV Eindhoven, but Martin requires more from the rest of his squad if they are to replicate their appearances in the playoffs over the past two seasons. However, 13 games since their 3-0 victory at a then-struggling Birmingham City, the Robins showcased their quality in edging out Reading in a five-goal thriller. Although their hosts were missing key man Lucas Joao, Bristol City took full advantage with Chris Martin scoring either side of a double from Andreas Weimann. If the experienced pair can remain fit, Pearson's side have the potential to make a bid for the playoffs, but that will not be achieved unless they end their abysmal run at Ashton Gate. Bristol City's last home triumph came against Huddersfield Town back on January 26, a run which has included 11 fixtures. Meanwhile, the home side head into the contest at Ashton Gate on the back of an excellent 3-2 win away at Reading. Watch a Bristol City v Swansea City live stream as the Robins face the Swans Swansea City return to action tonight as they take on Bristol City in the Championship. Here's everything you need to know about the match at Ashton Gate. What time is Bristol City v Swansea City kick-off? The game kicks off at 7:45pm on Friday, August 20. Is Bristol City v Swansea City on TV? Yes, the match will be screened live on Sky Sports. Coverage on their Football channel begins at 7pm. The SwansTV stream is only available to fans in dark market regions. You can also follow live updates from the match via our blog which will be available on our Swansea City page. What's the latest team news? Former Swan Andy King will be assessed after being withdrawn in his side's 3-2 win over Reading on Tuesday night due to injury. Midfielder Joe Williams and winger Callum O’Dowda have trained this week and could return to action. As for Swansea, they will be without Korey Smith and Connor Roberts for the game in Bristol. Ryan Bennett and Kyle Naughton could both return having missed the league fixtures against Sheffield United and Stoke City. Former Robins midfielder Liam Walsh is unlikely to feature as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury.