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Aston Villa 4-2 Birmingham

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Aston Villa v Birmingham

Aston Villa v Birmingham

 

Pre/post-match discussion, live chat and the verdict.

Goal celebration against Derby

2018-19 EFL Championship. Matchday 18.

Sunday 25th November 2018

Villa Park

12.00 (GMT) Kick off


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"Winning isn't everything, but it beats anything that comes in second." - Paul Bryant

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Hull gifted, and I do mean gifted them 3 goals yesterday and they still drew. 

I'll be pig sick if we don't get 3 points.

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Two games since a win.

12/11/2018 : BCFC's games to date :

Sat 10th November : Birmingham City 3-3 Hull City
Sat 03rd November : Derby County 3-1 Birmingham City
Sat 27th October : Birmingham City 3-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Tue 23rd October : Birmingham City 2-1 Reading
Sat 20th October : Stoke City 0-1 Birmingham City
Sat 06th October : Birmingham City 3-1 Rotherham United
Tue 02nd October : Brentford 1-1 Birmingham City
Sat 29th September : Birmingham City 2-2 Ipswich Town
Sat 22nd September : Leeds United 1-2 Birmingham City
Wed 19th September : Sheffield United 0-0 Birmingham City
Fri 14th September : Birmingham City 1-1 West Bromwich Albion
Sat 01st September : Birmingham City 0-0 Queens Park Rangers
Sat 25th August : Nottingham Forest 2-2 Birmingham City
Wed 22nd August : Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Birmingham City
Fri 17th August : Birmingham City 0-0 Swansea City
Tue 14th August : Reading 2-0 Birmingham City - League Cup
Sat 11th August : Middlesbrough 1-0 Birmingham City
Sat 04th August : Birmingham City 2-2 Norwich City

Their league record is :

Pld  W  D  L  F   A   GD  Pts  Pos
17   5  9  3  23  20  +3   24   12

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Blues are undefeated at home having won 3 and drawn 6.

Away from home they have won 2, drawn 3 and lost 3.


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13 hours ago, Patrick said:

Yes mate,  last time they beat us in the league was in 2005

https://www.11v11.com/teams/aston-villa/tab/opposingTeams/opposition/Birmingham City/

Thought so, and it's only the one cup win they've got against us in that time as well I think. Need to keep that momentum up.

This international break couldn't have come at a worse time for us imo. We were building up some confidence and starting to look good. Still a bit shaky at the back at times despite the 2 clean sheets but every masterpiece takes time to perfect.

I'm predicting a draw. I daren't predict anything more


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There aren't many more things in life I love more than winning them lot down the road. I think we need a win over them as it would be a huge boost for our momentum. Im never confident in a Derby though as anything can happen but I think if the likes of tammy, Jack, mcginn, bolasie, hourihane etc turn up for this it should be to much for them. Saying that their forwards Adams and jutkiecz are well on form but my blues mates tell me that Is largely down to Gardner and jota who ironically are both unavailable. Come on villa. 

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4 hours ago, JustRich said:

 

This international break couldn't have come at a worse time for us imo. 

The other way of looking at it is that it will give our new manager a bit longer to coach them.

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9 hours ago, dorset lion said:

The other way of looking at it is that it will give our new manager a bit longer to coach them.

Majority of them won’t be there. I’d agree, it’s not ideal.


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