Our football match prediction:
Thanks to back-to-back victories over the likes of Barnsley and Brighton Bristol City secured yet another Championship survival and there is every chance coach Lee Johnson will mix the squad against Birmingham City on the last day of the season. The Robins recorded four wins in previous five league fixtures, but the Blues want this victory more. Ten-man Birmingham City recorded a very important 2-0 triumph over Huddersfield Town at the weekend, but they are only two points clear of the relegation zone ahead of the last games of the season. The Blues are likely to go for a win in Sunday’s football match as they have worst goal difference than Nottingham Forest and Blackburn Rovers. It is a do or die situation for the visitors and we predict that they will leave their hearts on the field in the decider. It has to be noted that Birmingham City attacker Che Adams misses the match through suspension.
Highligted Player (Mark Little):
Mark Little is a right back who plays for Bristol City. Little started his youth career at Wolverhampton Wonderers and he made 27 appearances for the first team as well. He made his Wolves debut on 23 August, 2006 in the League Cup clash against Chesterfield. After spending two years on loan at Northampton Town, Chesterfield and Peterborough United, he signed a permanent deal with Peterborough on 25 May, 2010. The defender scored three goals in 148 appearances for the ABAX Stadium outfit, but in 2014 turned down a new contract offer. Mark Little joined Bristol City on 1 July, 2014 and he has been playing for the Robins ever since. The English footballer, who was born on 20 August, 1988 made 23 appearances for Bristol City in the 2015/2016 Championship campaign and he scored one goal for the club. His main position is right back, but he is capable of playing as midfielder as well.
Highlighted Team (Birmingham City):
Birmingham City are a club located in the city of Birmingham, England. Birmingham City were founded in 1875 as Small Heath Alliance, but the club’s named was changed to Small Heath in 1888. 17 years later they became Birmingham and in 1943 they finally changed their name to Birmingham City. The Blues welcome their rivals at St. Andrew’s, the stadium that was opened in 1906. Birmingham City compete in the Championship and their fiercest rivals are WBA and Aston Villa. The Blues made it to the FA Cup final twice, but they have yet to win the prestigious trophy. In 1931 they were beaten by their local rivals WBA in the title game (1-2), whilst in 1956 they were outplayed by Manchester City in the title game. The colour of Birmingham’s home kit is blue with white stripe. Trevor Francis, Gil Merrick, Bob Latchford, Jeff Hall, Alex Govan, Joe Bradford and Christophe Dugarry are notable footballers who played for the St. Andrew’s outfit in the past.