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Blues take on Clarets

Birmingham City take on Burnley on Saturday and they will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to four games, keeping hold of top spot.

Radhi Jaidi will miss the game, he picked up a thigh injury on international duty with Tunisia. The injury means he could miss the next three games, but Marti Taylor is ready to step in.

Stephen Kelly is still missing, he has missed the last three games with a thigh problem, also missing is Damien Johnson, he is yet to make an appearance this season after sustaining a back injury.

But the good news is they are both back in training but will not feature in this game.

Apart from the aforementioned, boss Alex McLeish has a fully-fit squad but there may be players rested who have been in international action.

Kevin Phillips, James McFadden, Cameron Jerome, Garry O'Connor and Marcus Bent will all be looking to get the go ahead up front.




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The Journalist

Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 17 2008

Time: 2:11PM

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make sure you do the dingles good and proper guys!
Mikey D
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17/10/2008 14:31:00

the dingles are not from Lanc's they are from Yorks.....no wonder you could only draw at Burnley.........you obviously didnt know where you were... :o)
lincolnblue
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19/10/2008 12:57:00

 

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