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Match Day Poll: Doncaster v Birmingham

Birmingham will be hoping they can muster up another good away win against an improved Doncaster team who now sit 18th; 3 points clear of Birmingham.

Blues are better away than home, you get no brownie points for that observation, so can they go and win another big game away?

When Birmingham went calling at Millwall they managed a dramatic win, are Doncaster to see the same fate?

Despite recent improvement to their form Doncaster still are within touching distance of Birmingham and could easily be pulled back into the dog fight.

Will Clark be a reasonable decision maker and play Caddis right back? and hand starts to both Macheda and Novak?

We love to have a reading of the general feeling of the supporters so please take the time to vote on the right hand side of this article.

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The Journalist

Writer: Christopher Handy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 1 2014

Time: 12:12PM

Your Comments

Away win, I'd bet me left testical on it
Macheda and Novak must happen, do the right thing Clark!
Monk St Blue
I expect Blues to win this one with ease, they owe it to us over the last dozen home performances
Doncaster may be too good, they are doing well these days
bishop basher
Anyone who is still going at this time in the season should be rewarded with a half price league one season ticket for next season.
air biscuit
never bet my left testicle on a game before, maybe the right one a few times but never the left
Durex Dave
easy win for blues

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