Saborio set to keep Robins spot

Costa Rica striker Alvaro Saborio is poised to retain his place in Bristol City's attack for the short trip to Swansea on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 14/09/09 at 16:43

Saborio: Set to keep his place

Saborio: Set to keep his place

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Saborio joined the Robins on transfer deadline day and made an impressive start to his City career as he created Nicky Maynard's goal in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Coventry.

Manager Gary Johnson should keep faith with Saborio for the game as a result, while he has also prevented Lee Trundle from playing against his side after allowing the striker to join Swansea on loan until January.

Defensive duo Bradley Orr and Lewin Nyatanga are fully recovered from illness and are pushing to move up from the bench but striker John Akinde is out for a month with an ankle injury.

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