Date: 23rd September 2015 at 3:41pm
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Following Tuesday’s defeat against local rivals Aston Villa, I believe there will be a fair few changes in the side that faces Rotherham United.

To begin with, I think we may see a few changes in the final third area of the team. Clayton Donaldson is irreplaceable on his day but his goal scoring touch just hasn’t been there this season, despite scoring a hattrick against Bristol City.

Although I personally don’t think he will be dropped by Rowett, I would like to see Nicolai Brock-Madsen given the chance to impress and who better to do it against than the Millers at St.Andrews.

Somewhere else that I think we may see a change is on the wings. With David Cotterill looking like he may still be out, I think it may be time to let the two youngsters have a go from the off.

I would like to see both Demarai Gray and Viv Solomon-Otabor given starts ahead of Jacques Maghoma because I think they can both excite the fans in what looks like it could be a high scoring game.

Moving away from the attacking side of the team, I think there may be a change in the midfield. Despite the fantastic work that Stephen Gleeson and Maikel Kieftenbeld have both done in the middle of the park, tiredness is beginning to show and I think now is the time to change things around.

For me, I would bring in David Davis for Kieftenbeld. Davis had a good game against Villa on Tuesday and Kieftenbeld began to look tired so I think we could see a change there.

Below is the starting XI that I would personally put out against Rotherham on Saturday along with the substitutes.

GK: Kuszczak
RB: Caddis
CB: Spector
CB: Morrison
LB: Grounds
CDM: Davis
CDM: Gleeson
RAM: Solomon-Otabor
CAM: Toral
LAM: Gray
ST: Brock-Madsen

Subs: Legzdins, Robinson, Lowry, Kieftenbeld, Maghoma, Shinnie, Donaldson.

Blues fans, let us know what your starting line up would be for the game against the Millers? Would you change the team that played on Tuesday night? Let us know in the comment section down below!

 
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