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Blues Travel To Charlton Unchanged?

Birmingham City make the trip to Charlton on Saturday without any new headaches for manager Lee Clark.

They face Charlton at a time when the Addicks have just lost their last two games on the bounce, Sheffield Wednesday managed to win 2-1 at the Valley while last time out they lost by the same score line at Crystal Palace, going down to a brace by Glenn Murray who scored twice in the second half in quick succession.

Earlier in the season Blues drew 1-1 with Charlton at St Andrews with Nikola Zigic hitting a trade mark injury time goal to earn the point.

As far as City's team goes, on loan Jack Butland takes his place in between the sticks.

And the outfield should also be pretty much the same as last week as Blues look to make it three wins on the bounce.

Darren Ambrose, David Murphy, Stephen Carr and Will Packwood remain sidelined.




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 8 2013

Time: 12:48PM

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Best if they are not changed, its one thing less for clark and his little brain to think about.
blue bloke
Bit unfair, he should be judged on what he could do with the team if he had money for transfers
Devlin
 

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