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Beausejour Back But Gomis Out Of Peterbro' Clash

Jean Beausejour makes a welcome return to Birmingham City`s squad that prepares to take on Peterborough United at St Andrews on Saturday.

The winger was sat on the sidelines for last week`s defeat at Reading after picking up five yellow cards that gave him an automatic ban.

Beausejour was on international duty for Chile but returns to the squad with no problems as have Keith Fahey, Nikola Zigic and Guirane N'Daw.

But missing from the side will be midfielder Morgaro Gomis, he is suffering from a calf problem, but with luck on his side, he hopes to return to action for next week`s encounter with Blackpool.



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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 19 2011

Time: 8:05AM

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Great. Now he's back we should win theis one about 9-0.
dinky dunk
Beausejour did look a good player today but your left back stood out for me. Anyway Dinky Dunk. What happened to 9-0? A good battling display by Posh.

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