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Birmingham City relativity placing September 2007

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The confidence Birmingham now have suggest that they could go on a run after a tough opening sequence including Chelsea, Liverpool and Man United"


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8. (12) Birmingham City*: +1.6pts

Birmingham are doing best of the three promoted clubs in relative terms.  Although August was a struggle good results in September are suggesting that Birmingham have a better than even chance of avoiding a relegation scrap.  The stand-out result was the point at Anfield, but even in defeat against Manchester United Birmingham should have got something.  But in terms of survival the win over Bolton was of more use than either of those results.

The confidence Birmingham now have suggest that they could go on a run after a tough opening sequence including Chelsea, Liverpool and Man United.  Birmingham have improved three results compared to the relegated teams; with only two going the wrong way.

Extrapolated points total: 41pts

September: +2.4pts;
2007/8: Middlesbrough (A) 0pts; Bolton (H) 3pts; Liverpool (A) 1pt; Man Utd (H) 0pts;
2007/8: Middlesbrough (A) 0pts; Bolton (H) 1.3pts; Liverpool(A) 0.3pts; Man Utd (H) 0pts;

August: -0.8pts;
2007/8 Chelsea (A) 0pts; Sunderland (H) 1pt; West Ham (H) 0pts; Derby (A) 3pts;
2006/7 Chelsea (A) 0pts; Relegated Team (H) 1.5pts; West Ham (H) 2.3pts; Relegated Team (A) 1pt;

Premier League Relativity Table: September 2007

*Promoted teams records for last season are calculated to be the average of the relegated teams they replaced.



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