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GAMEDAY – Preston at Home

Blues face Simon Grayson’s Preston North End side at St Andrew’s tonight as the Championship games come thick and fast before the next international break. Can Gary Rowett’s men continue their unbeaten streak?

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Attacking Intent

Birmingham City inflicted Fulham’s first league defeat of the season yesterday at Craven Cottage. Clayton Donaldson’s second half penalty was the only goal of the game but Blues could and should have scored more in what was a good display of attacking intent.

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GAMEDAY – Wolves at Home

Blues take on Wolves today hoping that they can get their first win at St Andrew’s this season. Having taken five points from three games Blues haven’t done too badly with their start but they face a Wolves side heavily infused with cash from new owners.

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GAMEDAY – Wigan Away

Blues travel to Wigan Athletic this evening looking to build on Saturday’s success away at Leeds.

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GAMEDAY: Leeds Away

Birmingham City travel north today to face Leeds United, looking for their first goal and first win of the campaign. With two new players in their ranks and against a team that only scraped past Fleetwood on pens in midweek is there where the goal trail starts? Leeds United Garry Monk is likely to hand […]

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Greg Stewart – Will he? Won’t he?

It’s been a topsy turvy day for Blues news in the transfer market, with BBC Sport tweeting that the deal for Blues to sign Greg Stewart was dead, only to be refuted a short time later by Liam Kennedy in the Dundee Evening Telegraph. Is he going to sign? Isn’t he going to sign?

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Transfer Groundhog Day…

It emerged yesterday that a Birmingham City representative was in Dundee yesterday to watch Greg Stewart score twice in a League Cup group match against Forfar Athletic. The 26-year-old striker scored nine times in the Scottish Premiership last season and already has six in three league cup games this term.

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