Date:Tuesday October 1 2013
Blues take on Millwall tonight looking to get back on track after losing at Reading at the weekend.
Birmingham sit in 19th place, three places behind Millwall in the table with the visitors on 11 points and Blues on 7. Lee Clark should see this game as well winnable though as Millwall have only been successful on the road once this season although that win came at Charlton in the middle of their current three game run of straight wins.
Last time out they beat Leeds United and their fans could be a little buoyant after that, not to mention feeling a little 'norty' so try and behave yourselves.
Lee Clark: "We know they are going to be tough but in every game we expect to win, we hope to win, we want to win - and these two games are no different.
"I imagine they will come bouncing into our stadium, full of confidence, nine points out of nine, highly motivated.
'So we have got to temper that and make sure we take the game to them and put them on the back foot from the first whistle."
Blues (from): Randolph, Spector, Caddis, Bartley, Burn, Robinson, Murphy, Hancox, Ferguson, Burke, Elliott, Adeyemi, Reilly, Ambrose, Lee, Allan, Shinnie, Arthur, Gray, Lingard, Green, Lovenkrands, Zigic, Doyle.
Solid and dependable defender, not missed a game so far.
Steve Lomas has Steve Morison and Shane Lowry back in the squad.
Morison couldn't play against Leeds on Saturday as that was his parent club; Lowry is back from a three game ban.
But there will be a late decision made on Scott McDonald after the striker had an injection in his knee last Friday.
Mark Beevers will once again be missing because of sprained medial knee ligaments.
Talented midfielder who has an eye for goal, got three in all competitions so far.
Birmingham have kept a clean sheet in 15% of their last 20 home games.
Birmingham have failed to score in 25% of their last 20 home games.
Millwall have kept a clean sheet in 30% of their last 20 away games.
Millwall have failed to score in 40% of their last 20 away games.
Woolmer has taken charge of six games so far this season, handing out nineteen yellow cards but no reds.
Birmingham will draw this game 2-2.
Bolton h, Leeds a, Derby a.
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Date:Tuesday October 1 2013
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FA Cup 3rd Round Details - Blues Ball Number 5. (Friday December 6 2013)
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Spooner: We Were Sloppy (Thursday December 5 2013)
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Beale: We Showed Character (Wednesday December 4 2013)
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