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Gleeson blow for Blues

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Birmingham boss Gary Rowett will be without midfielder Stephen Gleeson when his side welcome basement club Blackpool to St Andrew's.

Gleeson begins a three-match ban after seeing red for serious foul play in the closing stages of the 1-0 victory over Brentford at the weekend.

With Gleeson absent, Rowett could hand a debut to fellow midfielder Robert Tesche, who joined Blues on loan from Nottingham Forest on Monday.

Midfielders Callum Reilly and Lloyd Dyer came off the bench in the second half against...

Blackpool 1-3 Wigan Athletic

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Kim Bo-kyung and Harry Maguire scored their first goals for Wigan in a vital 3-1 victory at fellow Championship strugglers Blackpool.

South Korea international Kim, who joined from Cardiff earlier in February, opened his Latics account just before the break and centre-back Maguire, on loan from Hull, added a second midway through the second half.

Winger James McClean then sealed the visitors' victory late on to leave Blackpool - who scored a late consolation through Gary Madine - routed to the bottom...

Bees hammer sorry Blackpool

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Brentford cruised to an emphatic 4-0 win over bottom club Blackpool to maintain their play-off push in the Sky Bet Championship.

A hat-trick from Arsenal loanee Jon Toral and an Andre Gray strike sealed the points against the woeful 10-man Tangerines.

The visitors managed just one effort on goal compared to Brentford's 14 in a game that had the air of a training session after Charles Dunne saw red for Lee Clark's side just before the break.

The midfielder was handed a straight red for a late lunge on...

Blackburn Rovers 1-1 Blackpool

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Bottom-of-the-table Blackpool picked up just their sixth point on their travels this season as Blackburn were held to a 1-1 draw at Ewood Park.

Rovers demolished Barclays Premier League opponents Stoke in the fifth round of the FA Cup here seven days ago, yet they found the Sky Bet Championship basement dwellers a far trickier nut to crack.

It looked as though a comfortable afternoon was in the offing for Gary Bowyer's side after Jordan Rhodes' 14th-minute finish put them ahead.

However, Seasiders loanee...

Blackpool 4-4 Nottingham Forest

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Blackpool manager Lee Clark admitted he missed his side's dramatic late equaliser which salvaged a 4-4 draw against Nottingham Forest because he was arguing with a disgruntled Seasiders fan.

Blackpool would have moved off the bottom of the Championship with a win, but after leading 2-0 they saw Forest fight back in the second half to edge ahead 4-3 in the 95th minute courtesy of Chris Burke's late strike.

Yet even with Tom Aldred sent off - as well as having Darren O'Dea and Andrea Orlandi stricken...