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King Kev Back For Wolves Clash

Birmingham City prepare to face Wolves at St Andrews on Sunday and they will be boosted by the news that Striker Kevin Phillips is fit again and will be included in the matchday squad.

Phillips looks set to take a seat on the bench after missing the last two games with a groin injury.

Other than that, manager Alex McLeish looks set to name yet another unchanged side which means that Cameron Jerome and Christian Benitez take up the attacking positions.

Blues (from): Hart, Taylor, Doyle, Carr, Ridgewell, Dann, Johnson, Queudrue, Vignal, Bowyer, McFadden, Ferguson, Larsson, Fahey, Gardner, Michel, O'Shea, Jerome, Benitez, Phillips.




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Date:Friday February 5 2010

Time: 5:33PM

 

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