Tigers must take chances, says Chester

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THE goal-a-game ratio Hull City have achieved this season hardly sounds like promotion-winning form.

But James Chester insists there will be no repeat today of 11 days ago when the Tigers were left frustrated by struggling Doncaster Rovers in a goalless stalemate at the KC Stadium.

Ahead of Hull’s game with relegation-threatened Bristol City, the 23-year-old defender said: “It will be a difficult game.

“We saw when Doncaster came here that they defended for their lives and ended up taking away a point, which was frustrating for us.

“Hopefully, we can put in a performance similar to the one we had against Doncaster but take a few of our chances.

“We are confident that we can get the win and get back into the play-off places.”

A roadshow into standing at football games is to take place at the KC Stadium today, the aim of the ‘Safe Standing’ event being to display a section of the Railseats used in many German football grounds.