Monday, November 19, 2018
Home Match Previews

Match Previews

In depth Match Previews from the BCFC Followers team

Blues take on an out of form Rovers side tonight at St Andrews looking to bounce back from two defeats.
There was a brief when Paul Lambert was an enjoyable figure to watch from St.Andrews. Villa fans were angry at their teams insipid performances, their lack of creativity and lack of firepower becoming a common factor of Villa's play. Comparing that side to the one now, he actually did a decent job with that lot. Now with Blackburn Rovers after receiving the...
I do have to admit; Frank Lampard’s Derby are the only side I’ve seen in the championship that scares me. There are many good teams in the championship, all of them good at different things, but after seeing Derby’s decimation of West Brom, and their very strong performance against Chelsea, despite two own goals, we all now know a...
Blues are at home again tomorrow, this time against League One outfit Gillingham in the second round of the Capital One Cup.
There are some big games in the Championship tonight but are they really bigger than the battle for 9th place? Probably. On the same night Burnley and Middlesbrough take one another on in the race for the title, Sheffield Wednesday look to all but secure a play-off spot against an MK Dons side who could be relegated tonight, Blues and Preston...
We take a look at this weekend's early kick off which see's Blues take on Burnley at Turf Moor. We also have an interview with Claret's fan Graham.
Millwall vs Birmingham City 2017/18 EFL Championship Date: Saturday, 21st October 2017 Kick Off: 17:30 UK / 18:30 CET Venue: The New Den (Millwall) A fully rejuvenated Steve Cotterill side are raring to go at The Den this evening, as they look to make it two wins on the trot following the Home win against the Bluebirds under the floodlights on Friday evening last...
Blues travel to Ashton Gate tomorrow as Gary Rowett looks to make it three wins on the bounce.

The Big One

Villa V Blues. The second city comes toe to toe once again for the first time in four and a half years. The wait is over.
There was a divide in the feeling as we all emptied out of St. Andrews on Saturday. Some felt that we were lucky to get the draw; others felt that we were unlucky and should’ve grabbed all three points. Amongst them was Garry Monk, who, along with everyone in the stadium, said that we weren’t good enough in the...