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Birmingham v Cardiff


Top of the table Cardiff travel to struggling Birmingham.

Despite only managing a goalless draw against Derby at home prior to the international break, Cardiff remain top of the Championship and will fancy picking up three points here against a struggling Birmingham outfit. The Midlands club had six put past them at Hull last time out and as a result find themselves occupying the final relegation spot with new manager Steve Cotterill facing a tough task ahead of him.

The Brummies have lost seven of their opening 11 games while Cardiff have won just as many, despite already facing seven of the current top-12 sides. Against bottom-half teams, the Bluebirds have won three of four unbeaten matches this term, including both road games, and considering both clubs’ respective positions in the table, Cardiff look a cracking price for all three points.

Tip: Cardiff

Birmingham v Cardiff [1×2]

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That stalemate against the Rams was Neil Warnock’s charges first clean sheet in eight outings and while Birmingham haven’t been prolific in front of goal this season, they have netted a single goal in each of their last four. At St Andrew’s they’ve scored against 6th placed Preston and 4th placed Bristol City and going back to the start of 2015/16 they’ve only twice drawn a blank in 14 fixtures hosting top-six sides. With this in mind, we’ll back Cardiff to win and both teams to score.

Tip: Cardiff

Birmingham v Cardiff [Match Result And Both Teams To Score]

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The Bluebirds’ three away wins this season have been by just a single goal margin and given they’ve conceded more than a solitary goal only once this term, we’ll have a punt on the 2-1 correct score, which has occurred in two of their three victories over bottom-half sides so far.

Tip: Cardiff 2-1

Birmingham v Cardiff [Correct Score]

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