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Matchday live: Birmingham v Burnley
Updated 3:48pm Thursday 13th March 2014 in Sport
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- Clarets manager Sean Dyche makes his first change in nine games, with Ross Wallace rewarded for a game-changing impact from the bench in Sunday's derby win.
Edgar for Arfield 90+2
Zigic for Shinnie in 80th minute
Ings limping off, replaced by Barnes
Huws equalises with a 25-yard volley
Came from a dubiously awarded free kick against Jones midway inside Birmingham half that was hit long and flicked on for. Macheda to finish
Macheda equalises with what must have been his first touch. 1-1
Macheda on for Lee on the hour
Vokes header into side netting
Attendance: 16,695 (1,593 away fans)
Second half underway
Half-time scores: Birmingham 0, Burnley 1; Blackburn 0, Bournemouth 0; Charlton 0, Huddersfield 0; Wigan 0, Sheffield Wednesday 0
Ings to Marney just inside the box, good chance for 2-0 with Marney in space but Blackett manages to make block
Two goals in three games for the midfielder
Wallace cross from the right knocked on by Ings about eight yards out, headed in by Marney from close range
Lee Novak makes an angled run towards the box, despite appeals for handball against him, but fires straight at Heaton
Arfield shot blocked on edge of the box
Corner came to nothing
Burke ball into the box headed out by Duff, Tyler Blackett's shot was deflected wide.
Wallace corner, Trippier volleys over
BIRMINGHAM: Darren Randolph, Paul Robinson, Chris Burke, Lee Novak, Will Packwood, Olly Lee, Andy Shinnie, Jonathan Spector, Tom Adeyemi, Emyr Huws, Tyler Blackett.
Subs: Colin Doyle, Aaron Martin, Jordon Ibe, Federico Macheda, Nikola Zigic, Paul Caddis, Albert Rusnak
BURNLEY: Tom Heaton; Kieran Trippier, Michael Duff, Jason Shackell, Ben Mee; Ross Wallace, Dean Marney, David Jones, Scott Arfield; Sam Vokes, Danny Ings.
Subs: Alex Cisak, Junior Stanislas, David Edgar, Michael Kightly, Keith Treacy, Kevin Long, Ashley Barnes
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