Probable teams: Wolves v Birmingham FC

The teams for the derby between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Birmingham FC are not so hard to forecast. Both teams are beginning to settle with their first elevens and the statements from the two Macs – manager McLeish and McCarthy – is a help in predicting which elevens that will run out on the battlefield tomorrow.

Referee will be Mark Clattenburg. Small question marks for Halford on the right back for Wolves and Castillo in the midfield. There is a chance that Foley will start at right back and Surman will play in the middle with Karl Henry.

One thing that I can say for certain is that Paddytheflea is much more well informed and accurate than the big media tycoons like The Guardian and BBC – and probably everybody else.
😆

Paddy

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~ by paddytheflea on November 28, 2009.

3 Responses to “Probable teams: Wolves v Birmingham FC”

  1. No chance of Mancienne starting? Mick has praised him recently for his felxibility and he played there for england u21s. I do trust you more than most Paddy but Milijas not in?! I can see it. one nil to the Wolves, Milijas wonder strike

  2. I think nobody who played in the Reserves game in the week will start. That has been Mick’s way so far. If you play in the week you don’t play in the weekend. And everybody except Wardy played 90 so I think it will be the team against Chelsea plus Doyle. But I’m sure Milijas will be on the bench and very probable Mancienne as well.

  3. It could be why ward played 60 minutes though, so he can start. You are probably right though, chelsea team plus doyle

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