Dunn set to miss reunion with Birmingham

David Dunn is set to miss Blackburn’s trip to his former club Birmingham in the Premier League tomorrow night as he continues his recovery from a calf problem.

Dunn has been forced to sit out Rovers’ last three games with the injury he picked up against Stoke last month.

Vince Grella is also expected to be sidelined for the match at St Andrew’s after coming off with a thigh injury in the goalless draw at Hull on Saturday.

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