Former Manchester United and Hull City central midfielder, Corry Evans currently playing at English Championship side, BlackBurn Rovers, after starting in the last match against Nottingham Forest this week, could return in the encounter against Bristol City.

BlackBurn Rovers hosts Bristol City this weekend as they hope for a victory that has eluded them in the last five matches. The poor run has left the team in 17th position in the English Championship, especially after several key players were out due to injury.

Hope Akpan had hip injury while Corry Evans was out due to groin injury. Jason Lowe with issues on his foot only recent made his first start since August. The team also hope Danny Graham can shake off completely his hamstring problem.

Corry Evans’s first appearance in over a month, due to the injury, saw him play well even as he picked up another yellow card against Nottingham Forest. The game which ended in a 1 – 1 draw favoured the visitors. Lambert is hopeful for the encounter against Brsitol City while full-back Tommy Spurr with Achilles problems can feature before the season finishes.

Bristol City manager, Lee Johnson, will most likely name the same squad as they hope to secure their Championship status. City would be fine with a draw in the away match but even if they lose at Ewood Park, they will be safe if MK Dons fail to beat Brentford at home.

Lee Johnson admitted to a “few aches and strains” after their last game on Tuesday night’s 3-2 home defeat to Derby. However, he says everyone is fit and must decide whether the likes of Scott Golbourne, Scott Wagstaff, Aaron Wilbraham and Peter Odemwingie are due a start.

If Rivers get past Bristol, they would still have Rotterdam United to face next week.