Deepdale has not been a happy hunting ground for Bristol City over the past few years; in fact you have to go back to February 2011 for our last win at Preston North End’s home stadium.

In general, our results against Preston over the past few years haven’t been great either.

We’d lost our last six matches against the Lilywhites before Saturday’s game.

The omens didn’t look good in the first half as City fell behind to a Daniel Johnson strike in the 42nd minute.

But this City side is made of strong stuff and we battled back well in the second half.

After attracting interest from Chelsea in the January transfer window, Antoine Semenyo came on after 53 minutes and looked very lively.

Him and Famara Diedhiou worked well together up top and the latter equalised for City in the 69th minute with a close-range effort.

This was a well-deserved point against an in-form side that also have eyes on a play-off place.

We are now in the business end of the season and on Saturday City face second placed Leeds United at Ashton Gate in front of a sell-out crowd.

Leeds are one of the biggest clubs in the Championship and arguably should be a Premier League club.

They have been in the Championship since 2010 and are long overdue a return to the top division.

This looks like their best chance of promotion yet and so this game will be a huge test for our players.

Then, on Tuesday evening Lee Johnson's men welcome bottom-of-the-league Ipswich Town to Ashton Gate.

The Tractor Boys are 12 points adrift of safety and look certainties for relegation to League One.

This is a game we really have to win with two tough away games to follow at Sheffield United and Middlesbrough.

As it stands, the Robins are sixth and holding on to the last available play-off place.

Derby County picked up a crucial 2-1 win over Wigan Athletic on Tuesday to draw them level on points, although City do have a game in hand.

The Robins have now gone four games without a win in all competitions.

They were beaten by Wolves in the FA Cup before defeats to Norwich City and Birmingham City and the draw at Deepdale.