Brighton vs Birmingham

JJH

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The two out front who are 'over-achieving', so to speak. Despite Brighton still being unbeaten, they've drew a hell of a lot of games lately, and I wouldn't give it long before it comes to an end. Don't think it'll be in this game though, Birmingham have had a few change in fortunes in the last few weeks and I can't see them getting anything at the AMEX personally.

2-0 home win.

Scorers: Not Baldock.
 

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I see Rajiv van la Parra is on the bench. This means that Brighton fans won't get to see how ummm fast he is. Tell you what, if you commit to signing him NOW, before he sets foot on the pitch, we will knock £300,000 off the price.
 

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We keep rolling on. Baffling how we haven't won some of these home games by a greater margin, created a heck of a lot this afternoon - chiefly through March who has really stepped it the past couple of months. Wilson a post's width away from killing it off with a goal on his debut. Still difficult to have any grumbles at all, the run of form now looking like this:

DWWDWWWWDDDWWDDDWDW
 

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