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England managed to delay the seemingly inevitable on Sunday in Adelaide, some stoic batting making sure Australia had to wait to go 2-0 up in the Ashes series.
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Birmingham boss Steve Bruce felt Sunderland's late leveller should not have stood due to a foul on keeper Colin Doyle.
With Blues leading 2-1 at St Andrews, Doyle saved Ross Wallace's free-kick only to be impeded by Roy O'Donovan in the ensuing scramble.
With Doyle on the floor, Stern John was on hand to head home from close range to snatch a late 2-2 draw.
"Well I'm thinking to myself 'Where's the keeper?'" Bruce stated after the contest.
"I think everyone knows what O'Donovan's done. Held him and impeded him.
"We thought we were harshly done by. The linesman has to see the player on my keeper."
Bruce is pleased with his side's opening two displays, but feels they need to cut out their naive mistakes.
"We've put in two decent performances, but we've been punished and this is what the Premier League is about," he continued.
"We've switched off here, given a free-kick away. Overall, I'm disappointed because it feels like a loss when you concede in the last minute."
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Peter Beagrie says a backlash from fans could prevent Milan Mandaric from appointing Neil Warnock as Sheffield Wednesday manager.
Derby striker Chris Martin discusses Steve McClaren's impact at Pride Park and goal targets.
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Team news for the Championship clash between Birmingham and Cardiff at St Andrew's on New Year's Day.
Bolton put the disappointment of back-to-back defeats behind them with a 3-1 victory over struggling Birmingham.
Birmingham manager Lee Clark was angry with his side after the 3-1 defeat at Bolton.
The top three in the Championship all won, while Barnsley dropped to the bottom of the table.
Jack Butland may have to leave Birmingham in January in order to keep the club out of administration.