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Thread: Birmingham v Swansea

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    Birmingham v Swansea

    The team:
    Swansea City:
    Freddie Woodman; Kyle Naughton, Marc Guehi, Ben Cabango; Connor Roberts, Jay Fulton, Matt Grimes (captain), Jake Bidwell; Conor Gallagher, Andre Ayew; Rhian Brewster.
    Substitutes: Erwin Mulder, Mike van der Hoorn, George Byers, Bersant Celina, Nathan Dyer, Wayne Routledge, Aldo Kalulu, Yan Dhanda, Liam Cullen.

    Cabango for Routledge the only change.

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    Birmingham 1 - Swansea 3
    WBA 2 - Derby 0
    We leapfrog Derby into 7th place with 63 points, a point behind Cardiff on 64 points.

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    It was a must win. We had a fright when Blues scored in the first few minutes, but within seven minutes Brewster had equalised.
    Further goals from Cabango and Fulton sealed the win. Blues were dangerous around our box from corners free kicks and long throw ins but we held on. Leeds up next on Sunday, they play Stoke at home Thurs night, so we have an extra days rest, every little helps

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    It really was a must win and we did it. Brum a tough place to go but we were up for this game. They had plenty of aerial power and bombarded us with balls into the box, even their long throw-ins were well worked. I liked co-commentator and ex-player Kris O’Leary, who gave good match analysis throughout, more of the same please. Well done the Swans.

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    Birmingham manager Pep Clotet resigned after the match last night.

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