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Birmingham to Win
While the home team wasn't really in great form recently, they did break a five-game losing streak with two wins in a row. Meanwhile, Cardiff is without a win in the last twelve games in Championship.
Not only that, but they also lost five of their last six matches and they are now tied in points with the first team in the relegation zone. So, with Birmingham winning their last two and hosting this match, we can see them getting the win here as well.
Both Teams to Score – Yes
We saw both teams score in three of the previous five head-to-head meetings between Birmingham and Cardiff, so we wouldn't be surprised if that's the case again in their upcoming duel on Tuesday.
That being said, both teams have scored in just 35% of all Cardiff matches in Championship this season, while the same is true for 50% of all Birmingham games in the league so far.
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Birmingham vs Cardiff Preview: Recent Form, News, and Predicted Lineups
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After five matches that they lost in a row in Championship, Birmingham managed to beat Swansea and WBA in the last two rounds, so they aren't in such a bad mood at the moment. The team does remain in the lower half of the standings, but at least they are nine points ahead of the first team in the relegation zone right now.
Meanwhile, Birmingham is currently without injured Marc Roberts, Tate Campbell, Jobe Bellingham, and Josh Williams.
Twelve rounds have passed in Championship since Cardiff last felt the joy of winning a game. In the last six games in the league, Cardiff has five losses, so they are clearly struggling and that's why they are currently tied with the first team in the relegation zone. The team desperately needs some points, but it seems that their faith this season is to fight for survival.
When it comes to team news, Ebou Adams and Jamilu Collins are the only two names on the team's injury list right now.