Bristol City boss Sean O’Driscoll is expected to hand star player Albert Adomah his first Bristol City start since New Year’s Day against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Tuesday night.
City’s 25-year-old winger missed seven games while on African Cup of Nations duty with Ghana in South Africa and was named as a substitute upon his return at Cardiff City on Saturday.
But the Londoner reacclimatised to the Championship after coming off the bench in the second half at the Cardiff City Stadium and is set start at Selhurst Park.
O’Driscoll confirmed: “Albert is probably the one we will look at getting into the team, because he is a little bit different to what we’ve got.
“He carries the ball really well and that can be useful away from home.
“If we can find a role for him which he is comfortable with, then he is probably the one to come in.
“He has had a week’s training with us and is closest to getting back in the starting line-up.”
Left-back Greg Cunningham remains a doubt after straining a hamstring and missed training on Monday.