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Birmingham City is gearing up to redeem themselves from their back-to-back losses in the Championship, as they face off against Queens Park Rangers this Friday evening. Their last two games have caused them to fall out of the top six in the league table, so this game is a crucial one for the Blues. QPR, on the other hand, is attempting to keep themselves from being relegated and recently secured a point against Swansea City earlier this week.
John Eustace led Birmingham City on an impressive run of five games unbeaten, where they won three games and drew two. However, coincidentally, Michael Beale, who is now with QPR, seems to have foreshadowed the Blues’ downfall in their recent games against Watford and Preston North End.
While the defeat against Watford may not be indicative of their performance, the Blues lost to a 10-men opponent despite scoring two late goals. Additionally, Preston came from behind to beat them 2-1. Even though Eustace has proven his commendable skills, Birmingham needs to secure a win soon.
Since August 29th, Birmingham has only won four matches in all competitions, which is a far cry from their previous form. Conversely, Gareth Ainsworth has yet to find his footing with QPR, and he is under pressure from game to game. They have managed to collect seven points from seven games and secured four points from a possible nine on either side of the international break. They were headed for their fifth loss in seven games when they trailed Swansea, but Lyndon Dykes’s header into the corner in the first minute of added time saved the day and secured a draw.
At the beginning of the season, these two teams were at opposite ends of the standings, but if QPR manages to win away at St. Andrew’s, they will only be one point away from Birmingham.
Birmingham will welcome back Lee Buchanan, who served a one-match suspension after his dismissal at Watford. Eustace will likely recall him as the left-back, replacing Emmanuel Longelo, while Scott Hogan may return upfront. Keshi Anderson may switch flanks, and Jay Stansfield could move to a deeper role, leaving Koji Miyoshi to switch to the left, and Oliver Burke could take a seat on the substitutes’ bench.
Ainsworth may consider making some changes, but he might stick with the same squad that played against Swansea, given that midfielder Jack Colback is serving the second game of his three-match ban.
Regarding the game’s prediction, QPR seems to have more momentum going into this contest than they did in the early weeks of the season. Nonetheless, Blues are under immense pressure to deliver a win to get back on track, and it is likely they will score a late goal to win a closely contested game. This match promises to be an enthralling encounter for football and sports enthusiasts alike.