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Friday, 9 December 2011

Birmingham v Doncaster Online Free Live Stream Npower Championship Preview -10 Dec-2011,15:00 CET

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• Birmingham have won their last six league and cup meetings with the South Yorkshire club, since Doncaster's 1-0 victory at St Andrews, in the old Second Division in April 1954.
• One of Birmingham's two club record league victories was against Doncaster, when running out 12-0 winners in the second tier in April 1903.
Birmingham City
• Birmingham lost their third league and cup game in a row, away to Hull on Wednesday. It leaves them eight places and seven points below the top six.
• Chris Hughton will send out a side on the eve of his 53rd birthday, in the hope that they will retain one of the two remaining unbeaten home records in the Championship. They have shipped just three goals in eight games at St Andrews.

• Blues lost after leading at Hull, which means they have now flittered away a potential 15 Championship points from winning positions; only Coventry match that.
Doncaster Rovers
• Doncaster, who are four points from safety, clawed off the foot of the table, after last Saturday's surprise 1-0 home win over high-riding Southampton. Now they're looking for the first back-to-back league wins since the opened day of this calendar year.
• The South Yorkshire club have the poorest attack in the Championship with 16 goals scored in 20 games, while they have conceded twice as many goals on the road than at the Keepmoat; 11 at home, 22 away.
• They have used 34 players in Championship matches this season, which is seven more than any other club.

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