Pre Match Leicester v Birmingham

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I firmly predict that we will ****ing smash this lot.

Good chance to restore that goal difference
 
hight tempo and put this lot to the sword, 4 or 5 goals and send a message that we are not to be messed with.
 
I quite like Vardy as a sub ATM.

I'd be tempted to start Nacho and then bring Vardy on after 60 mins.
Nacho needs a few games to get going so it could be a bad choice is canon injured at the moment?
start with Vardy and rotate at 70 mins, if we have the same amount of crosses as we did today Vardy will bag a brace.
 
Nacho needs a few games to get going so it could be a bad choice is canon injured at the moment?
start with Vardy and rotate at 70 mins, if we have the same amount of crosses as we did today Vardy will bag a brace.
Cannon was injured for the Bristol and Norwich games. Same with Nelson.
 
Saturday is our chance to go top or at least back in the top 2 with Leeds away at Coventry & Ipswich away at Norwich.
Based on this performance we should beat Birmingham 4 - 0 or more.
 
Saturday is our chance to go top or at least back in the top 2 with Leeds away at Coventry & Ipswich away at Norwich.
Based on this performance we should beat Birmingham 4 - 0 or more.
Don’t underestimate that Birmingham are fighting for their lives.

We also should’ve smashed Sheffield Wednesday, but we didn’t.
 
Don’t underestimate that Birmingham are fighting for their lives.

We also should’ve smashed Sheffield Wednesday, but we didn’t.
We did win comfortably against Sheffield W though. Maybe you were thinking of QPR?
 
That could still be moved. TV games for that weekend are due to be announced this week.
Will almost certainly be moved.

They will want to televise us and the other two for sure
 
Leicester have won their last three league games against Birmingham and are unbeaten in six such matches (W4 D2) since a 2-0 defeat in October 2011.


This is Birmingham City’s first league visit to Leicester City since August 2013, losing 3-2 under Lee Clark.


Leicester’s 3-1 win over Norwich last time out was their 27th league victory of the season, only registering more in a single campaign in the Football League in 2013-14 (31).


Birmingham beat Preston 1-0 at home last time out and could record successive league wins for the first time since February. Indeed, only Rotherham (83%) have earned a higher share of their points at home in the Championship this season than the Blues (71% - 30/42).


Leicester have scored 10 goals from high turnovers in the Championship this season – the most of any side - while only Blackburn (363) have faced more high turnovers in the competition in 2023-24 than Birmingham (362).
 
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1Ipswich4389
2Leicester4288
3Leeds Utd4387
4Southampton4284
5West Brom4372
6Norwich City4371
7Hull City4265
8Coventry City4263
9Middlesbro4363
10Preston 4363
11Cardiff City4359
12Bristol City4358
13Sunderland4356
14Swansea City4353
15Watford4352
16Millwall4350
17Blackburn 4349
18Plymouth 4348
19QPR4347
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22Huddersfield4344
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