Last Updated: 20/10/11 8:01pm
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Birmingham claimed a memorable 2-1 win with a superb performance here in Brugge. Their hordes of travelling fans will no doubt be in dreamland.
N'Daw is visibly upset by what has happened to his team-mate as the situation does look quite serious.
It looks like Ibanez will be strechered off the field while Akpala is seen rubbing his head vigourously
King handballs in the build up but it makes its way to Wood. King wants a return pass but Wood wastes the opportunity and shoots.
Could Chris Hughton be hoping to adopt a different strategy? He's sent a fresh strikeforce on that could maybe provide the cutting edge.
N'Daw puts in a timely challenge on Akpala who was first to get on to a lose ball inside the area. Well blocked.
Birmingham have everyone back as Brugge try to prompt and probe to find a game through the Birmingham defence.
The game is entering a crucial phase where you can't help but feel the next team to score will win the game
The Serb really should have scored, he had too!!! Burke picked him out at back post perfectly but he headed wide while unchallenged.
Fine tackle by N'Daw on Odjija as matches him stride for stride before winning the ball back for the Blues.
Murphy raced on the overlap and was found by Elliott. But his decision-making was poor. He should have pulled it back for Burke put tried to fizz it across goal.
Elliott's teasing corner has the Brugge 'keeper at fuil stretch and he just managed to get a nick on the ball. Not wholly convincing though.
Dirar again was allowed to get in his delivery from the and it could have been worse for Birmingham had Zimling not slipped as he was getting ready to take aim.
Dirar starts the half as he apparently means to go on as he comes inside from the touchline before hitting a weak shot that Myhill saves.
Birmingham get the game off for the second half and will be confident they can get something from this game
Birmingham have done well to recover from the dreadful start that they had to go in level at half-time. We will be back for the start of the second half so if you want to go and stick the kettle on, this is the perfect time.
Odjija hit a curling shot from 25-yards that had Myhill at full stretch but the Blues keeper had it covered.
Great cross from Burke that Zigic knocks down to Rooney. But he just can't get hold of it properly and fluffs his lines.
Rooney gets away in the inside left position and it sits up nicely for the volley which he fires wide.
Fahey broke and carried the ball 40 yards and had three options but he chose the wrong pass and allowed the Brugge defence to clear the danger.
N'Daw showed his strength as be charged Akpala off the ball to bring it out of defence and led a counter.
Murphy showed his strength in defending as Dirar drifts into a central area to have a shot at goal but its blocked by Murphy.
It really was bad defending by Brugge but Murphy celebrated his 100th appearance for the club with the crucial equaliser
Elliott does brilliantly to get down the right and cuts insides before picking out Murphy who ghosted in at the back post to side foot home.
Odjija recieves the ball 20-yards from goal and under pressure he decides to shoot with his swinging left foot but it was easily saved.
But they will have to be watchful of Dirar who dfances past Murphy before getting his shot off that is saved.
Inanez puts in a crunching tackle on Dirar to leave him wincing on the turf. But it was fair and hard.
Zigic and Spector play a one-two down the right sight but the cross is easily caught by the home side's keeper.
Birmingham look like they have settled now and in Zigic, they have someone that will be a threat all game.
Blondell opts to shoot from the edge of the area as a one touch move gets them to the edge of the Birmingham area
Spector tries to get a yard on his man to get a cross into the box but Rafaelov got back to block his cross.
Chris Burke puts in a cross that Brugge clear but Wade Elliott has a sighter of goal but his effort is way off target.
Zigic controls the ball well and plays it back to get his team-mates into the game as they work the ball upfield and win a corner.
Birmingham need to settle, and do so quickly. A period of possession would help them and take the sting out of the game.
Brugge have started this game so strongly as Dirar sends a wild shot over the bar from the edge of the box.
Dirar again puts in a accurate cross from the right touchline that is headed out and Blondel just failed to pick up the loose ball.
Akpala is again making a menace of himself as he uses his power to unsettle the Birmingham defenders
Dirar was allowed to put in a teasing cross from the right and Akpala got across Caldwell to produce a deft finish past Myhill
Brugge will deploy a 4-3-3 and will be a real test this evening for a Birmingham team that has six changes from their side this weekend as they try and juggle the demands of domestic and European action.
Right, kick-off is just 10 minutes away, so for those of you that want to go and get a brew (or something stronger) now is the perfect time, just make sure you are back in time for kick-off!!!
For those of you that like a bet, let me give you the latest odds from Skybet. Club Brugge are 8/11 to win the game, if you fancy the draw the odds are 11/4 and for all you Blues fans out there, you can back your boys at 100/30.
Club Brugge: Coosemans, Hogli, Almeback, Donk, Vansteenkiste, Odjija Ofoe, Zimling, Blondel, Rafaelov, Dirar, Akpala. Subs: Dhoest, Vleminckx, Lestienne, Meunier, Van Acker, Deschilder, De Jonghe.
Curtis Davies has travelled with the squad but he is still being dogged by a knee problem, while Jordan Mutch is out with an ankle problem.
Stephen Carr has been ruled out by injury. That's a blow as his experience in this would have been crucial tonight.
But a win for the Blues could take them top of the Group H after they defeated Maribor last month, having lost their opening game to Braga 3-1.
Brugge have tasted defeat just once this season and have not been beaten on their own turf for over 10 months.
Birmingham have taken nearly 6,000 passionate fans over who will want to witness the first team to win here since 2010.
But if the Blues are too be succesful they will have to find a way denting Brugge's 100 per cent record in this competition.
Our interactive poll has 58.5% of people tipping the Championship side to win aginst the Belgian giants in the Jan Breydel Stadium.
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