Another important, if not massive, step forward - Birmingham City came back from a goal down to produce a positive result. For only the second time this season, the third time in a year - and the first under Steve Cotterill, Blues bounced back from falling behind and avoided defeat. The hope is that this 1-1 draw at Deepdale is another little psychological victory in the long road to recovery. They should not have been behind.
We will be going home disappointed tonight because we think our performance merited the win today. We could have gone two goals up before they scored their goal, then when they scored it I felt as though we wasted maybe 20 minutes in that first half. We didn’t waste any time in the second half, we could and probably should have come away with the three points. We have been playing well for a little while now, this isn’t a coincidence, this is starting to be a good consistent team.
Steve Cotterill has been forced into making one change to his Birmingham City team which takes on Preston North End today. The injured Craig Gardner is left out which allows Cheikh Ndoye to step into midfield for his first start since the Boxing Day defeat to Norwich. Gardner’s absence is compounded by the fact Stephen Gleeson left for Ipswich yesterday. The back four remains unchanged with Maxime Colin, Marc Roberts, Harlee Dean and Jonathan Grounds protecting David Stockdale.
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