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Blues take on Ipswich

Alex McLeish sends his side out against Ipswich Town tonight looking for a third consecutive victory.

The boss has decisions to make has to who plays up front with Kevin Phillips coming of the bench to net a brace against Swansea on Friday and Marcus Bent grabbing his first goal for the club.

James McFadden will also be looking for a start after he began in the same game.
Meanwhile Nigel Quashie is available after Blues extended his loan from West Ham until December 28th.

Quashie missed Friday's 3-2 victory at Swansea because he was suspended after picking up two yellow cards in the game against Charlton Athletic.

Captain Damien Johnson (back), striker Garry O'Connor (groin), full-backs Stuart Parnaby (hamstring) Stephen Kelly (thigh) and winger Gary McSheffrey (knee) are all making good progress but it looks like being too soon for them to be picked.




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The Journalist

Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 25 2008

Time: 10:39AM

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I recon we will walk this one
boozeyblue
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25/11/2008 10:46:00

ooooohhh we'll have to wait and see, you certainly wont walk it. PS if you lose will all your fans cry and singing sack the board like usual? Great support up in B'ham.
Pete-the-Tractor
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25/11/2008 12:37:00

only just won it.......but still its a win.......you cant afford to let Wolves get any further away from you....!!
lincolnblue
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26/11/2008 09:52:00

 

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