Date: 20th October 2017 at 11:54am
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Birmingham City head into Saturday’s tea time fixture with an extra days rest over their opponents Millwall following their Friday night win against Cardiff City.

That extra day could prove to be key for the fixture at the Den where Blues have had quite a bit of success in the past.

Following Blues’ first win under new manager Steve Cotterill, spirits will be high heading into the game against the Lions and the manager has confirmed that there are no new injury doubts.

With that in mind, I highly doubt Cotterill will make many changes to the side that won 1-0 against the Bluebirds.

So, with that in mind, here is the team I think Cotterill will name tomorrow evening.

GK: Kuszczak

RB: Colin
CB: Roberts
CB: Morrison
LB: Grounds

CDM: Kieftenbeld
CDM: Ndoye

RAM: Jota
CAM: Adams
LAM: Maghoma

ST: Vassell

Substitutes: Trueman, Nsue, Dean, Lowe, Gardner, Boga, Jutkiewicz.

Blues fans, what do you make of the team that has been predicted? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below!

 

5 Replies to “Opinion: Predicted line up Vs. Millwall”

  • It will be unchanged from Cardiff game with maybe Jota coming in for Maghoma. Trying to keep the players not playing happy will be the challenge. Do you change a winning team or freshen it up to keep everyone involved? A win will set us up nicely for next Sunday. We need to be 100% focused and not be distracted by the looming derby. The stake is exactly the same for both games which is 3 points.

  • Exactly that Ijaz.3 points at stake for each game.Millwall game is a pivotal one as Cotterill does not want a one win wonder against Cardiff to be his introduction as the new boss. Personally I feel we should win but bracing myself,as usual,for a kick in the stomach.Fingers crossed for another good weekend-two on the trot not too much to ask is it?.

  • The kick in the stomach I feared turned into reality yet again.This group of players cannot compete at this level and people like Ijaz,Le Hane and David Village must despair of what’s to become of us. After Cardiff we believed the new beginning had come but alas it was another false dawn.

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