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Summary

  1. FT: Birmingham 0-0 Swansea
  2. Birmingham have a goal disallowed for a foul on the goalkeeper
  3. Swansea fail to have a shot on target - Birmingham miss six great chances in first half
  4. Swans 100% start is over, but they remain unbeaten
  5. Birmingham still to win this season
  6. FT: Notts County 0-4 Yeovil in League Two

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By James Law

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  1. Cheerio

    FT: Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    That's it from us - no goals but hopefully at least some entertainment along the way.

    We're back tomorrow with just the 32 EFL matches to take you through.

    Goodbye for now.

  2. Post update

    FT: Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Swansea up to second after that point - but none of us care at this stage.

    On that showing it won't be long until Birmingham get their first win, though the lack of goals in their side might be concerning for Garry Monk.

  3. 'I'm the happier with the 0-0'

    FT: Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Quote Message: Credit to Birmingham they did what they wanted to do very well. I think I’m the happier with the 0-0 than Garry Monk. They made it difficult for us to pass through to midfield - countered and pressed on us well. from Graham Potter Swansea boss told Sky Sports
    Graham PotterSwansea boss told Sky Sports
  4. 'It's a deserved result'

    FT: Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Quote Message: It wasn't a pretty football game - we knew what they were trying to do - hit it long and get runners on. We're a young team and it's a deserved result for our efforts. from Connor Roberts Swansea defender told Sky Sports
    Connor RobertsSwansea defender told Sky Sports
  5. 'The results will come'

    FT: Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Quote Message: We had a great performance, we could have won, but this is football. It's frustrating, but the important thing is the team and we are happy with it. The results will come as we are working hard doing the right things. from Jota Birmingham forward told Sky Sports
    JotaBirmingham forward told Sky Sports
  6. Post update

    FT: Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    The last league meeting between Birmingham and Swansea also finished goalless, back in December 2008.

    I bet it wasn't as exciting as that match, but the end result is just the same.

    Reaction coming next...

  7. FULL-TIME

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    It ends all square - Birmingham firmly the better side and Swansea will be delighted to take something from the game to stay unbeaten.

    Lukas Jutkiewicz missed the home side's best chance, while visiting keeper Erwin Mulder put in a strong performance in goal on his full debut.

  8. Post update

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Bersant Celina's delivery is too long for the visitors and that's probably just about it.

    Wait a minute - Birmingham have a throw in a semi-dangerous position.

  9. Post update

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Jota fouls Leroy Fer in the middle of the pitch and Swansea have respite.

    Will they go for a smash-and-grab winner or play for time?

  10. YELLOW CARD

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Moments after his excellent last-gasp defending, Martin Olsson is rightly booked for a blatant block on Jota.

    Birmingham free-kick on the halfway line, and it's going to go long into the box.

    We're into three minutes of added time.

  11. League Two latest

    Notts County 0-4 Yeovil Town

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    It's four...

    Yoann Arquin turns from provider to scorer - the Glovers have had 24 shots, 12 on target away from home!

  12. CLOSE!

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    So close, yet so far again for Birmingham.

    The low cross comes in - Lukas Jutkiewicz is prowling - but Martin Olsson does a great job to chest the ball behind.

    Swansea clear the resulting corner - two minutes left plus stoppage time.

  13. Post update

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Oli McBurnie is holding the ball up well for Swansea, who finally have someone to play off.

    Yes, the attack ends with a feeble Leroy Fer shot, but this is the best spell we've seen from the visitors.

    Charlie Lakin comes off the bench for Birmingham, replacing on-loan Villa man Gary Gardner.

  14. Post update

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Less than a minute after coming on Che Adams shows his rustiness by snatching at a half-chance.

    Jota was once again the creator for Birmingham, chipping through, but Adams' effort is wild from a wide angle.

    Lukas Jutkiewicz does hit the target with an impressive shot on the turn, but it's straight at Swansea stopper Erwin Mulder.

  15. League Two latest

    Notts County 0-3 Yeovil Town

    Alex Fisher

    Hat-trick at Notts County and the points are safe for Yeovil.

    Alex Fisher gets his third of the night at Meadow Lane and all but ensures the Glovers' first victory of the season in League Two.

    This time the striker beats the offside trap and fires in off the post.

  16. SUBSTITUTION

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Swansea play their last card - Matt Grimes replacing Joel Asoro.

    Harlee Dean is again right amongst it for Birmingham as they chase a winner, but can't sort his feet in the penalty area from a set-piece.

    The hosts, meanwhile, bring on Che Adams for Omar Bogle - who's had a decent home debut.

  17. Post update

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Birmingham City v Swansea City

    Swansea have not won three consecutive league matches since their final three matches of the 2016-17 season in the Premier League.

    Such inconsistency is not a surprise on tonight's display, but they'll be buoyed by the fact that they're still well in this with 15 minutes to go.

  18. Post update

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    For the first time tonight Swansea put together a slick one-touch passing move which almost pays off.

    Their fans behind the goal call for a penalty for handball, but that was never likely to be given.

    Still nothing at the end of the move to really make Birmingham supporters nervous.

  19. League Two latest

    Notts County 0-2 Yeovil Town

    Meanwhile at Meadow Lane Alex Fisher's double - his first goals of the season - still separate the sides.

    Fisher scored twice in two first-half minutes to swing the game in Yeovil's favour.

    The statistics don't make good reading for Notts County either - the visitors have had 21 shots, hitting the target 10 times.

  20. Post update

    Birmingham 0-0 Swansea

    Are we seeing the first signs of Birmingham tiring?

    Swansea are starting to win one or two midfield battles and may think they can nick something from this.

    Having said that, I still don't think they've had a shot on target.