Midfielders missing for Blues clash

Portsmouth will be without midfielders John Utaka and Hassan Yebda for Tuesday night's Premier League clash with Birmingham at Fratton Park.

Last Updated: 08/03/10 at 16:48

Utaka: Has a tight groin

Utaka: Has a tight groin

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Utaka has a tight groin following the FA Cup win over Blues on Saturday, while Yebda is seeing a specialist about a persistent knee injury.

Aaron Mokoena is doubtful with a knee ligament problem and Kevin-Prince Boateng is still in Germany undergoing treatment on an ankle injury.

Defender Ricardo Rocha serves the second of a two-game ban after his red card against Burnley on February 27.

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