1 goals per match in the current league season. In terms of discipline, the home team received 44 yellow cards and 0 red cards, making 12. 20 fouls (average) in every match they've played. Birmingham City's average team rating is 6. 77 per match. Birmingham City somehow lacks the ability to keep the ball, having an average possession of 41. 25% in this seasonFor more details, please look at Birmingham City live scores, fixtures and resultsSunderland enters this match having won 1 matches of their last five (Huddersfield Town) lost 3 (with Blackburn Rovers, Burnley, Cardiff City) while 1 fixtures ended in draws against Luton Town.
The team scored 8 goals while conceding 5 goals (8-5). In away games, Sunderland scored an average of 1. 26 goals per match and conceded 1. 16. The team received 49 yellow cards and one red card, while the total number of fouls committed is 199. Sunderland's average team rating is 6. 74 per match. Ball possession is very good for Sunderland, with an average of 52. 37% overall in this season. For more details, please look at Sunderland live scores, fixtures and resultsLive stream and TV broadcastBirmingham City vs Sunderland live TV broadcast can be seen on Arena Sport (Cro), Arena Sport (Ser), beIN Sports Max (Fra), DAZN.
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Birmingham City - Sunderland video highlights will be posted after the match, featuring goals and notable match events from this fixture. We only show video highlights from official channels and you can safely embed all the videos found on scoreaxis. comBirmingham City - Sunderland PredictionIt is hard to predict the winner of this match, since both teams have somehow the same chances of winning. First team to score should be Birmingham City, with 57% chances. At halftime, the most probable outcome should be a draw (48% chances). We might have a chance that only one team will score goals in this match.
Birmingham City vs Sunderland live stream, score and H2HBirmingham City - Sunderland Preview, Live Streaming and PredictionIn their previous matches, Birmingham City won 2 games (Queens Park Rangers, Stoke City) and lost 1 (with Blackburn Rovers) while 2 games ended in draws against Millwall, Swansea City. Birmingham City managed to score 5 goals and conceded 7 goals (5-7). Birmingham City scored an average 1.
But are we unlucky with injuries? "I don't know. I can reel it out for you - every team has injuries, don't they? "But we are missing some pretty crucial footballers. You'll see tomorrow, and I'll talk after the game about what I think. "I don't want to talk about it now and let Birmingham's coaching staff know what's coming. " Huggins' return is a plus for Mowbray, and he added: "The one positive I could probably mention is that Niall Huggins is back on the grass. He's been out for over a year, he's played a couple of games for the U21s and he is back now training with the first team. "It was his first day the other day training with the first team because as he has just been coming back to fitness he has been training with the U21s so that the intensityy levels have been a bit easier for him, but now he is fully back in with the first team and he will be on the coach travelling with us to Birmingham.
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Sunderland are already without Ross Stewart, Daniel Ballard, Aji Alese, Lynden Gooch, and Edouard Michut through injury, while Luke O'Nien must sit out tomorrow's game through suspension after accumulating his fifth booking of the season. But those absences are already known about, and Mowbray's comments today suggested that his squad has been further depleted. Asked about injuries, he said: "There are lots - but not that I can tell you about! READ MORE: Tony Mowbray set for Sunderland transfer summit this week to plan for January window "I understand my job and we are judged by results and where we are in the table.
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Niall Huggins in Sunderland's squad travelling to Birmingham but Black Cats suffer new injury woesNiall Huggins will be in Sunderland's squad for tomorrow's trip to Birmingham City - with Tony Mowbray hinting that the Black Cats have been hit by more injury woes. Defender Huggins has been out for over a year with back and heel problems but has recently returned to action for the U21s, and has this week begun training with the first team. And the indications are that Huggins could be needed at St Andrew's, with Mowbray saying he had 'lots' of injury problems although he declined to go into detail.
" Ellis Simms made his first start last weekend after recovering from a toe injury, and he played just over 70 minutes of Sunderland's home defeat at the hands of Cardiff City. Mowbray confirmed that the on-loan Everton striker came through the game unscathed, although he says Simms is still working his way back to fitness and that was evident against Cardiff. He said: "Injury-wise, he was fine. I just felt he lacked the intensity to play in the position that he should have done. "Not the attacking intensity - modern day football is about showing your supporters that you can play on the front foot and take a few gambles by pressing teams higher up and winning the ball back quicker. With Ellis' lack of aerobic capacity, and a couple of lads behind him that weren't really engaged and switched on to it, it just became a bit of an issue for us.
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