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          Match Result

          Rotherham United

          Birmingham City


          9.1%

          Rot

          23.3%

          draw

          28.3%

          Bir

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Rotherham United

          Birmingham City


          47.7%

          Rot

          50%

          combined

          52.2%

          Bir

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Rotherham United

          Birmingham City


          50%

          Rot

          50%

          combined

          50%

          Bir

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Birmingham vs Ipswich Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Wayne Rooney’s, Birmingham City, host Ipswich Town this weekend. The head to head between the two clubs have been rather close, with the two most recent matches ending in draws.

          Birmingham

          Since the appointment of Wayne Rooney, the Blues have lost all three Championship games, which puts the team in 14th place. As displayed over the last few matches, Birmingham have struggled in front of goal and their average goals scored per game stands at 1.14. That said, they are relatively stable at the back, conceding just over one goal per game. The Blues boast the 6th best home record in the league and have only lost once at home all season.

          Last time out, Rooney’s side took the trip to Southampton, where they were dominated throughout. The Saints accumulated 71% possession and accumulated 2.29 XG. The tie ended 3-1 to the hosts, with the only positive being that Jay Stansfield scored from the bench.

          Ipswich

          As each game week passes, it seems that Ipswich’s run of incredible form may continue until the end of the campaign. After 13 Championship games, the Tractor Boys have won 11 and only lost once, which puts them in second place. They are the only side to have scored in every game this season and they have an overall tally of 29 goals, whilst only conceding 15.

          Last weekend, Ipswich beat Plymouth 3-2 at home, but the game wasn’t as comfortable as many expected. The hosts went one down within ten minutes but by just after the break, they had completed the comeback. Marcus Harness wrapped up the game with ten to go. Kieran McKenna’s side also suffered a 3-1 defeat against Fulham in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.

          Verdict?

          The two sides are polar opposites in terms of form and Ipswich should pick up three points once again. If the starting XI doesn’t get the job done, then they have quality on the bench to impact the tie.

          The final prediction is Birmingham 1-2 Ipswich.

          Birmingham Team News

          Stansfield should enter the starting XI and he will add a new dynamic to the Blues attack. Jordan James should start again and Dion Sanderson will captain the side in a 4-2-3-1.

          Ipswich Team News

          The attacking trio of Nathan Broadhead, Conor Chaplin and George Hirst should start, with Sam Morsey captaining the team. McKenna should also opt for a 4-2-3-1.

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