Carr, Carsley, Vignal and Larsson all back for Blues

Carr, Carsley, Vignal and Larsson all back for Blues

Birmingham will be boosted by the return of four players after injury for the home Barclays Premier League clash with Bolton tomorrow.

Sebastian Larsson, Stephen Carr, Gregory Vignal and Lee Carsley are all available again.

In addition, Teemu Tainio could return after being ineligible for the midweek Carling Cup clash with Sunderland.

Birmingham boss Alex McLeish has to decide whether to pair Christian Benitez and Garry O’Connor up front after they impressed in the second half at Hull last weekend.

Birmingham: Hart, Taylor, Tainio, Carsley, Vignal, Carr, Larsson, Parnaby, Dann, Johnson, McSheffrey, Bowyer, Ferguson, Fahey, Espinoza, Phillips, Sammons, O’Connor, Benitez.

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