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Blues miss the boat again

Blues: Maik Taylor, Melchiot, Martin Taylor, Cunningham, Clapham, Pennant, Johnson, Butt, Lazaridis (Kilkenny 81), Heskey (Forssell 57), Campbell.
Subs Not Used: Vaesen, Clemence, Tebily.

Booked: Cunningham, Butt.
Spurs: Robinson, Kelly, King, Dawson, Lee, Lennon, Carrick, Davids, Jenas, Keane (Murphy 78), Defoe.
Subs Not Used: Cerny, Tainio, Mido, Gardner.

Goals: Lennon 65, Keane 77.

Att: 26,398

Ref: U Rennie (S Yorkshire).




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Date:Saturday March 18 2006

Time: 8:04PM

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The battle is firmly on. Only 1 of Birmingham, West Brom and Portsmouth will be playing Premiership football next season, that is unless someone else has a dreadful finish to the season.
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