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Norwich City return to St Andrew follows last week’s 2-0 win over Coventry City for Tuesday night’s league game (7pm KO)

Our match preview takes a look at Birmingham’s season so far, the officials in charge of the match and how you can follow the action from home

With seven wins, ten draws and 14 losses, Birmingham is 21st in the championship before this match

Only Sheffield Wednesday have scored fewer goals than Birmingham this season, who – alongside Wycombe Wanderers and Derby County – have scored 22 league goals

After January’s 1-0 win at Middlesbrough, Aitor Karanka’s side faced Preston North End, Coventry, Wycombe, AFC Bournemouth, Luton Town and Millwall without a win

However, more recently three points were earned with a 1-0 win at Sheffield on Wednesday, with Scott Hogan’s second-half goal making the difference last weekend

In the 71 games between Norwich and Birmingham since 1963, there have been 25 wins at Norwich, 23 wins at Birmingham and 23 draws

Last time we met, Mario Vrancic’s 87th-minute opener sealed all three points for Norwich against defensive Birmingham side

As with our previous away game against Birmingham, it was at the start of the 2018-19 season, with a late brace from Onel Hernandez saving a point in that 2-2 draw

Oliver Langford has been named to take charge of tonight’s game, Robert Merchant and James Wilson his assistants and John Brooks the fourth official

The last time Langford saw a game at Norwich was for December’s 1-1 draw at home against Queens Park Rangers

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Norwich City return to St Andrews is Tuesday night to face Birmingham City, having beaten Coventry City 2-0 on ground last week

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Rotherham United visit Carrow Road today on the back of a recent good away record ahead of their 1-0 defeat at AFC Bournemouth on Wednesday night they had recorded wins at Preston North End,

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Daniel Farke described Rotherham United as “a brave team” during their pre-match press conference at the Lotus Training Center on Friday afternoon

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Norwich City host Rotherham United at Carrow Road for Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship game (3 p.m. KO)

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