Stressful Weekend-Relaxing Monday

I almost got the heart attack. I didn't make any profit, but thankfully to new kid in Premier (no, I won't put his third pic in a row on my blog, he-he) I cut my lost. It is interesting how missing of one player can change the game. If I knew Rio don't play (and Garry Nevile(!) will play central defender), I wouldn't put a cent on home win (but, increase bet on over). Feel very lucky at the end.

Big Championship game is tonight. Birmingham v Wolves, second against the first. With a win, hosts will secure direct promotion, visitors title. I can't imagine which side has advantage, will seat back and enjoy in game. And a minor gamble bet on 1-1 (ht/ft), just in case.:) Here is info about injuries and statements from Alex McLeish and Mick McCarthy (from my favorite resource-bbc).

Birmingham striker James McFadden is set to play for the first time since January after overcoming a knee injury. 
Marcus Bent is also in contention but Stuart Parnaby (thigh) and Kemy Agustien (groin) are still unavailable. 

Wolves forward Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (calf) and Chris Iwelumo (thigh) should be fit while on-loan Aston Villa striker Marlon Harewood could play. 
Winger Matt Jarvis is back from a knee problem but Michael Kightly will miss the rest of the season (broken toe). 

Birmingham City boss Alex McLeish told BBC WM: 
"If you're not looking forward to high profile games likes these, then you should be chucking it (in). 
"Wolves have a little bit of leeway at the moment and we've got to go all out to reduce that. I'd prefer to be in Wolves' position at the moment but there's no reason why we can't win this game and get to within two points." 

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy told BBC WM: 
"They (the players) can sense and see the importance of it better than anybody, because they're playing in it. 
"They are our nearest and dearest rivals and they are a good side. We know night games are something special and I just don't think there's a game of more significance this season with six games to go."