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McLeish Sweats On Host Of Players

Birmingham boss Alex McLeish will have to run the rule over a few of his players ahead of the FA Cup Tie with Bolton at St Andrews on Saturday.

Blues are just a game away from going back to Wembley, but first they have to dump Bolton out of the competition in the quarter final stages with what could be a depleted team.

Lee Bowyer, David Bentley, Keith Fahey, Stephen Carr, Liam Ridgewell, Craig Gardner and Nikola Zigic are all rated doubtful for the clash with Owen Coyle`s men.
Alexander Hleb is definitely out of the game.

There is also the fact that Barry Ferguson has a broken rib and a late decision will be made as to whether he plays or not.

Birmingham (from): Foster, Doyle, Carr, Parnaby, Johnson, Jiranek, Davies, Ridgewell, Murphy, Larsson, Bentley, Bowyer, Ferguson, Fahey, Mutch, Beausejour, Martins, Jerome, Zigic, Phillips, Derbyshire, Redmond, Kerr.



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Date:Friday March 11 2011

Time: 10:58AM

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I'm beginning to wonder if this game might be a step too far. Hope I'm wrong like
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