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Gotta be honest, I'm abit worried about this one. Half the team that played Tuesday will have to play again tonight.

Midfield is looking very thin as well with the injuries to Mceachren and Mags.

Tho we have kept 4 clean sheets in a row, 7 unbeaten.

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That assault on Jude by williams, hitting him in the face, Jude down for a while, Ref never stopped play. Different feckin story against Boro a few weeks back, when that Boro player fell, feintly brushing Judes arm as he went down. Robbed us of 3 points that appalling refereeing decision did. Feck the EFL.

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First half thought's-

Colin and Bela linking up is sexy as feck.

Gardner having another good game.

I also love seeing two strikers up top.

It's also VERY noticeable how few times Juke has been pulled up for a foul in this game.

Pep's point to the ref's the other day may have had some effect.

Come on Blues more of the same second half.

KRO _ SOTV.

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HALF-TIME

Bristol City 1-2 Birmingham City

What a good half of football.

Having had a nightmare start when Marc Roberts' poor back-pass allowed Jamie Paterson in to round Lee Camp and roll the ball in after 40 seconds, you thought Birmingham City could be done for.

But credit to Pep Clotet's men, they grew into the game and dominated from about 10 minutes onwards.

Jude Bellingham should have scored when his effort from a couple of yards out was blocked, but it wasn't long until his side got level - Scott Hogan tapped in from close range after Jeremie Bela's 23rd-minute shot was saved.

The visitors went ahead seven minutes later as Andreas Weimann headed a Bellingham cross into his own goal.

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5 minutes ago, sployal said:

HALF-TIME

Bristol City 1-2 Birmingham City

What a good half of football.

Having had a nightmare start when Marc Roberts' poor back-pass allowed Jamie Paterson in to round Lee Camp and roll the ball in after 40 seconds, you thought Birmingham City could be done for.

But credit to Pep Clotet's men, they grew into the game and dominated from about 10 minutes onwards.

Jude Bellingham should have scored when his effort from a couple of yards out was blocked, but it wasn't long until his side got level - Scott Hogan tapped in from close range after Jeremie Bela's 23rd-minute shot was saved.

The visitors went ahead seven minutes later as Andreas Weimann headed a Bellingham cross into his own goal.

Good posting there fella.:t2030:

Just hoping for some decent input from the other bluenose on here now.

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