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Birmingham
0 - 0
Southampton

nPower Championship

St Andrews

Attendance: 17,904

Referee: Phill Dowd

BirminghamSouthampton
Myhill     Davis    
Murphy     Richardson    
Caldwell     Martin    
Davies     Fonte    
Spector     Fox    
Burke     Puncheon     73
N'Daw     Cork     81
Fahey     Schneiderlin    
Mutch     Lallana    
King     Lambert    
Rooney     65 Connolly     51
Substitutes
Doyle     Bialkowski    
Ibanez     Harding    
Elliott     65 Hammond     81
Redmond     Smart     51
Jervis     Do Prado     73
       
       
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
7
4
On Target
4
7
Corners
6
8
Fouls
10
2
Yellow Cards
1
46
%
54
Comments...
In a tense game played in a snow storm both sides showed a fair amount of attacking intent. Birmingham started the livelier but after 15 minutes Southampton began to take control. After the break the home side again began well and Davis had one really good save to make before Saints again to look the more accomplished side in the conditions. An even game with both sides probably accepting the draw as a fair result.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday February 4 2012
Time: 8:13PM

Comments

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It was good to see Billy Sharp in the second half. I think Punch had a good game and kept working for the team.
stellarnw
04/02/2012 20:22:00
0
Whole team had to work hard against the blues and they always seemed able to find a body when needed.
SFC Forever
05/02/2012 18:51:00
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