Relive a memorable win at the Cardiff City Stadium
Posted: Friday, April 3rd 2020
Wednesday, October 25th 2017
Famara Diédhiou is poised to have a scan after suffering a knee injury in the 4-1 win over Crystal Palace.
The Senegalese striker twisted his knee when landing, following an aerial challenge with Patrick van Aanholt in the Carabao Cup tie.
Assistant head coach Dean Holden revealed at the pre-match press conference: "He was on crutches today and in a brace. It doesn't look good but we won't know more until he has a scan tomorrow."
There's better news for the trio to Korey Smith (hamstring), Nathan Baker (knee) and Bobby Reid (ankle), who should all be available for City at the Stadium of Light.
The return of Eros Pisano and Milan Djuric from long-term injuries against Palace was a further boost to the squad.
Jens Hegeler remains in Germany to visit a knee specialist.
Our Flyers Flashback series continues with the screening of the 2018 BBL play-off quarter-final second leg against Newcastle Eagles.
Posted: Saturday, April 4th 2020 • Basketball
Work on your defence at home with these simple coaching tips from Bristol Flyers captain Daniel Edozie.
Posted: Friday, April 3rd 2020 • Basketball
With the public urged to stay indoors, the Bears are encouraging young supporters to use some of this time to show off your colouring skills.
Posted: Friday, April 3rd 2020 • Rugby
Check out the things that Panos Mayindombe can't live without in the latest episode of 'Essential Items'.
Posted: Thursday, April 2nd 2020 • Basketball
In the next of our 'Bris Legends' interviews, we speak to Al Charron about loyalty, love and the trip on his bucket list.
Posted: Thursday, April 2nd 2020 • Rugby