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Plymouth vs. Birmingham Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      Overview

      • (43') J. Edwards
      • (68') B. Waine
      • (86') M. Whittaker
      Football
      • (15') J. Stansfield
      • (39') J. James
      • (62') J. Bacuna
      • (26') J. Edwards
      • (91') A. Randell
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      • (16') J. Stansfield
      • (60') M. Emmanuel
      • (63') J. Bacuna
      • (70') J. James
      • (87') K. Miyoshi
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        • (48') K. Bielik
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        Plymouth vs. Birmingham Betting Tip

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        Morgan Whittaker To Score And Plymouth To Win @ 10/3
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        Match Result

        Plymouth Argyle

        Leicester City


        20%

        Ply

        10%

        draw

        40%

        Lei

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Both Teams To Score

        Plymouth Argyle

        Leicester City


        40%

        Ply

        50%

        combined

        60%

        Lei

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Over 2.5 Goals

        Plymouth Argyle

        Leicester City


        20%

        Ply

        40%

        combined

        60%

        Lei

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Plymouth vs. Birmingham Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Two sides right beside one another in the EFL Championship table meet this weekend as Plymouth Argyle face Birmingham City.

        Plymouth Argyle currently sit 16th in the EFL Championship with seven wins, five draws and ten losses from twenty-two games this season.

        The PIilgrims are having a solid, while difficult season, in the Championship following promotion from League One last time out but it's about to get a whole lot trickier having lost manager Steven Schumacher to Stoke City this week.

        Schumacher has done an immense job at Plymouth but found the allure of Stoke too tempting and the South Coast side must now get their next managerial appointment exactly right or they'll likely be dragged into a relegation battle.

        Neil Dewsnip will be in caretaker charge of Plymouth for this game and he comes into this game in charge of a side in fairly solid form having won two, drawn one and lost one of their last four games.

        Their latest outing saw them claim a 3-2 win against Rotherham United, a result that did not come without difficulty given it took a 96th-minute winner from Morgan Whittaker to seal the points against a ten-man outfit.

        Still, it preserved what has been a very impressive home record for Plymouth this season who are now unbeaten in their last five games on home soil, winning four of those, so they're a tough side to beat on their own patch.

        They could really do with winning this one to boost morale following Schumacher's departure and given their strength at home you'd have to say they have a good chance of doing just that.

        Birmingham City currently sit 17th in the EFL Championship with seven wins, five draws and ten losses from twenty-two games this season.

        The Blues have had a difficult and well-publicised season after inexplicably sacking manager John Eustace before replacing him with Wayne Rooney, a move that did not go down well.

        Rooney's tenure has gone almost as expected thus far as his side continue to gradually slide towards the relegation zone with their form out of sorts as they come into this game having won only one of their last five games.

        Their most recent outing saw them fall to a 2-3 defeat at home to league leaders Leicester City, a scoreline that flattered the Blues somewhat.

        Birmingham are in quite obvious trouble in the Championship and unless something significant changes they're on track for the relegation zone.

        This is a game they need to get something from and they'll view a managerless Plymouth side as a team there for the taking.

        For our Plymouth vs. Birmingham prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

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        Plymouth Team News

        Michael Cooper is set for over two months out injured so goalkeeper Conor Hazard looks set to deputise in Cooper's absence.

        Dan Scarr remains unavailable through suspension while Ryan Hardie is once again set to miss out.

        Birmingham Team News

        Emanuel Aiwu could start at right-back with Birmingham missing both Ethan Laird and Cody Drameh through injury.

        Koji Miyoshi and Gary Gardner are both hoping to be given a shot in midfield while Kevin Long looks set to miss out through fitness issues.

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