Aden Flint: Bristol City defender set for 100th consecutive start
Bristol City defender Aden Flint is set to make his 100th consecutive start for the club when they host Championship relegation rivals Rotherham on Tuesday.
The ex-Swindon Town centre-back, 26, has played the full 90 minutes in all of Bristol City's previous 99 games.
Flint, who signed a new two-year deal in June, has helped City win the League One title and Football League Trophy since his ever-present run began.
"I'd be delighted to make my 100th appearance, if selected," he said.
"It's a good achievement. You don't really see outfield players making 100 consecutive games - it's normally a goalkeeper. It will be a good night - if we get the three points."
Bristol City are currently six points clear of the relegation zone with seven matches remaining and lie one point above Tuesday's opponents Rotherham.
"It's a massive game on Tuesday," Flint told BBC Radio Bristol. "Rotherham will not be a pushover. They have picked up some great results against good teams.
"If we can get a win, we'll be on the way to being safe."