Birmingham City v Leeds United - The Preview

What will be the outcome of the Result?

  • Birmingham City win

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  • Draw

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  • Leeds United win

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Birmingham City go into the game against Leeds on the back of a 4-0 defeat to Wigan before the International break while Leeds United head into the game on the back of a 1-0 win over Bolton in caretaker head coach Neil Redfearn's first game in charge since the sacking of Dave Hockaday.

Birmingham boss Lee Clark will add new signing Brek Shea to the squad after arriving on loan at St Andrews.

The young American international winger has signed for Birmingham on a three-month loan deal.

Clark will assess the fitness of Canadian international David Edgar who has been on international duty this week and will only arrive back in England on the eve of the game.

Gavin Gunning remains sidelined through injury for the home side.

Leeds United caretaker headcoach Neil Redfearn will welcome a number of players into the squad for the trip to Birmingham City on Saturday.

Souleymane Doukara and Gaetano Berardi are available after missing the last game before the international break through injury and Luke Murphy will also come back into the squad after serving a suspension.

Young Brazilian midfielder Adryan received international clearance last week, he came through a development squad game earlier this week, and he will be included in the squad.

Dario Del Fabro and Brian Montenegro have yet to receive international clearance and Redfearn is unlikely to feature the duo if clearance does come in time for the game.

Sam Byram will serve the final game of his three-match suspension for his sending off at Watford last month.

My Prediction for the game is another victory for Leeds United and Neil Redfearn. I think it could be a close affair in the game or if Leeds play well like we did in some parts v Bolton then it could be a one sided affair. Birmingham 0-1 Leeds or Birmingham 0-3 Leeds
 
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