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Match Day Poll: Birmingham Could Sink Forest

Match Day Poll: Birmingham Could Sink Forest
Birmingham take on Nottingham Forest in the Sky Bet Championship a week on Saturday and they have many reasons to feel they can get a much needed three points.

Forest can't remember their last win after another disappointing result on Tuesday; a 3-3 draw with Sheffield Wednesday.

Millwall, Charlton, Doncaster and Barnsley have all taken points from Forest recently; most of them victories.

Birmingham are actually the form team in this fixture with 3 points so far in April, Forest only have 1.

Scary stats for Forest fans who will no doubt end another under performing season by their expectations.

We only care what you think, so don't forget to vote over to the right hand side.

Please leave your comments below - Who do you want to start? Who could win it for Blues? maybe Clark will get his boots on now Novak is out injured

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Writer:Christopher Handy
Date:Thursday April 10 2014
Time: 12:18PM

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Comments

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Forrrrrrrrrrrest
Clint Bestwood
10/04/2014 13:29:00
0
No chance of beating the six fingered morons
Durex Dave
10/04/2014 14:06:00
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They may actually be worse thanus
HappyBlueHarry
10/04/2014 16:55:00
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Forest are crap, no doubt about it.....
terry thomas
11/04/2014 19:53:00
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crap but we aren't great, maybe there will be lots of goals both ways?
HappyBlueHarry
15/04/2014 18:09:00
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Could be 6-6 but I doubt it somehow..... 5-5?
mark lowe
15/04/2014 18:52:00
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Surprised so many people think it will be a Forest win on the poll.
weapon
17/04/2014 16:58:00
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Blues fans are negative, I think they'll beat us as well tbf
Chrisblues
18/04/2014 09:12:00
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