Monday, October 23, 2017

Match Previews

In depth Match Previews from the BCFC Followers team

It’s Derby Day tomorrow! A new era forecasts a prolific man in the dugout who will know the size of the immediate task ahead of him - starting with the matter of taking on the bitter Midlands derby. A far from joyous Easter weekend yielded a solitary point against Rotherham, rooted to the bottom of the table. This, followed by...
The Easter game sees Blues make a trip to rock bottom Rotherham United as they look to rectify the emotionally charged defeat to Derby County. There’s no better time to record the second away win under Zola. After deserving to win another game where all points were snatched so late on, Zola will know we can not be “unlucky”...
Rowetts Rams arrive at St.Andrews today in a good run of form under their newly appointed boss. The visit will be the first time Gary Rowett has returned to face the club that sacked him in a bizarre mid season turn around. 
A trip to Portman Road to face fellow bottom half of the table strugglers Ipswich awaits Zolas men after the International break. We make the journey down to the Tractor Boys with a fresh squad, having striker Clayton Donaldson fully fit, giving healthy competition in the forward department.
As the run in gets underway, a mini set of fixtures sees Blues undertake trips to Ipswich and Brighton followed by welcoming a Rowett return at home to Derby. However, this is not before today’s task of taking on none other than league leaders Newcastle. In their eyes, a visit to St.Andrews will be more than ideal for them to...
A chance to claim what was stolen against Leeds, a win, is up for grabs for Blues tonight as they host a Wigan side short of points and short of confidence. The Latics, who occupy the place above bottom of the table Rotherham are 4 points from safety and will want to avoid coming straight back down to a return...
Birmingham will host 4th place and arguably, one of the dark horses of the play off pack, Leeds United on Friday night. For consecutive games, Blues will be in front of the cameras as the game features on Sky Sports 1 for a 7:45 kick off.
Blues welcome another London side to St.Andrews today, out of form QPR who have not won for 5 games under Holloway. Like Blues, they are a side struggling at the wrong end of the table picking up less points after switching manager during the season. As both clubs look to get a much needed win, i expect there will...
Gianfranco Zola goes in search of his first win as Blues boss tomorrow against the team which probably hammered the final nail into the coffin of his predecessor Gary Rowett.
Blues fans have got to forget the Rowett situation and set their eyes on tomorrow's game against Brighton. <!-- if (window.adgroupid == undefined) { window.adgroupid = Math.round(Math.random() *...

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