Bang in trouble

Bang in trouble, up against it at Old Trafford - but Blackpool won’t change.
Simply, I can’t see them getting anything from this match - and that might put Birmingham bang in trouble.
-These are two predos to two different matches. “Bang in trouble” -‘get an uphill battle’ here?


‘Bang in trouble’ suggests utterly/completely/absolutely in trouble. I know the expression ‘bang in’ as in: I was driving along in the countryside and suddenly I saw this stag bang in the middle of the road. This means right in the middle and ‘bang’ gives the idea that something is unusual or wrong.


Thank you, Alan.