Birmingham City 2 – Sunderland 1
Blues finished their strength-sapping three games in six days marathon – thanks EFL and Sky – with an unlucky defeat at the hands of Sunderland at St Andrew’s last night.
Birmingham City 2 – Swansea City 2
A patchy performance from Blues saw them maintain their recent unbeaten home record with a late draw against one of the best sides seen down St Andrew’s this season.
Birmingham City 0 – Millwall 0
Nothing much doing at St Andrew’s last night as two committed sides battled against each other and the elements, canceling each other out and failing to produce the quality needed to enliven a dull game.
Birmingham City 2 – QPR 0
Another exhilarating night at St Andrew’s as Blues turned over would-be league leaders QPR in front of a noisy crowd that is also rediscovering its mojo.
Birmingham City 1 – Burnley 1
A single point only, but the most competent of team performances for years from Blues as they held and almost turned over probably the best team in the league.
Hull City 0 – Birmingham City 2
Blues had what turned out to be a comfortable afternoon in Hull, winning their second game in a row and pushing on into the top half of the table.
Birmingham City 3 – Bristol City 1
Blues bounced back from defeat at Middlesbrough to, as usual, beat my home town club Bristol City in a dominant display where the central defenders were the stars of the day in a good all-round team performance.
Middlesbrough 1 – Birmingham City 0
Blues fell to a disappointing and probably undeserved deafest at the Riverside last night, losing by a single first half goal sloppily conceded from a set piece.
Birmingham City 0 – Coventry City 0
Blues went into the international break on the back of a three-game unbeaten run following this stalemate at home to former tenants Coventry City.
West Bromwich Albion 2 – Birmingham City 3
Blues won at the Hawthorns for the first time in an age last night in a thrilling game which goes some way to restoring faith in both football and Blues.
Birmingham City 0 – Wigan 1
Blues fell to home defeat against ten-man Wigan in a game which set all the relegation alarm bells ringing again.
Birmingham City 1 – Watford 1
A good point and display in a game where most of the pre-game predications from Blues fans were that we were about to get mullered.
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