Birmingham have been sloppy in recent weeks, dropping 9 points in their last seven games, whereas QPR have won five of their last six.
On Saturday, October 29, Birmingham City will face Queens Park Rangers in the EFL Championship at St Andrew’s Stadium in Birmingham, England. The Blues enter the contest after a 2-1 defeat to Blackburn at Ewood Park, while Queens Park Rangers will be looking for their third straight victory after triumphs over Cardiff and Wigan, which would put them top of the table. Birmingham have been sloppy in recent weeks, dropping 9 points in their last seven games, whereas QPR have won 5 of their last 6 games and will be looking to move to the top of the table.
|Birmingham City vs Queens Park Rangers||Key Details|
|Date||29 October 2022|
|Venue||St. Andrews Stadium|
|Kickoff time India||12:30 am (Saturday)|
|Kickoff time England||8:00 pm (Friday)|
Birmingham will be happy to take a point this Friday night so they can move up the championship table after a string of difficult and tricky fixtures, which includes QPR and a home tie against Millwall next up. This time, Michael Beale’s exhilarating Rangers side has shown the ability to continue performing to their best even when key components of their footballing framework have been injured, keeping their automatic qualification on track and demonstrating to the rest of the Championship that they are a serious contender for their first Premier League campaign in the last eight years.
While George Friend, Marc Roberts, Nico Gordon, and Przemsyslaw Placheta are out of selection for Birmingham Chris Willock is not in contention to start the game for QPR
Birmingham City possible line-up: Ruddy; Sanderson, Dean, Trusty; Colin, Bielek, Hannibal, Longelo, Bacuna; Hogan, Deeney
QPR possible line-up: Dieng; Laird, Balogun, Clarke-Salter, Paal; Amos, Field, Iroegbunam; Willock, Chair, Dykes
|Bristol City||3-0 (W)|
|Sheff Utd||0-1 (W)|
|Last 5 Matches||Score|
|QPR beat Birmingham||1-2(W)|
|QPR beat Birmingham||2-0(W)|
|Birmingham beat QPR||2-1(W)|
|QPR draw Birmingham||0-0(D)|
|QPR draw Birmingham||2-2(D)|
The EFL Championship match between Birmingham and QPR will take place at the St. Andrews Stadium on Saturday at 12:15 AM IST.
The EFL Championship match between Birmingham City and QPR will be shown on SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Red Button in the United Kingdom.