Birmingham vs Millwall Intro
Birmingham need to start picking up wins quickly as the end of the Championship season approaches. They’re in the bottom places of the league table, and their survival in the top flight is far from certain. Millwall have been steady all season, and find themselves comfortably mid table. The two meet at St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium on Saturday April 23, 2022. Kick off is set for 2:00 PM.
Up until round 44, Lee Bowyer’s home side have earned 45 points and sit in the 20th place. Their opponents’ coach, Gary Rowett, should probably rethink his strategy, since the visiting team have only 65 points and are in the last position in Championship. We’re deep inside the second half of the season, and there’s a massive difference in fortunes between Birmingham and Millwall in the Championship table. The two teams are divided by 20 points and 13 places.
Birmingham vs Millwall Form
Following their loss in their last round versus Blackpool, Birmingham have put together a form run of L,L,L,W,D winning 4 points from their last five games. At the same time, Millwall beat Hull and now have 8 points in last 5 games. In the last five home games of the Championship, Birmingham will be hoping to improve on their 4 point haul. Millwall might have hoped for a better return from their most recent five games played away from home – they have only claimed six points.
Birmingham vs Millwall H2H
The hosts for this upcoming match Birmingham have dominated the 23 meetings between these clubs, winning 10 matches to the visitors Millwall total of 6. The teams have drawn on 7 occasions. Millwall is looking to extend its recent dominance in this fixture. It has won 3 more than Birmingham in the last six meetings.
Birmingham vs Millwall Analysis
Birmingham’s last match suffer a defeat. Blackpool was their last opponnent. When the referee blew fulltime, the score was 1-6. With that game now a memory, Lee Bowyer’s men will narrow their focus to this week’s challenge : Millwall in Championship. Stats against Blackpool, shows that Birmingham had 42% of ball possession. If we look at shots on goal, Birmingham had a total of 8 shots while they conceded 15 shots. Meanwhile, Millwall won its previous game. Gary Rowett’s team played Hull. The fulltime scoreline for that match was 2-1. While facing Hull, Millwall had 43% of ball possession. Often punters look to shots on goal as a true guide of how a team performed. For Millwall, a total of 14 shots were taken in attack with 7 shots conceded in the last game.
Birmingham vs Millwall Odds
According to the oddsmakers, the favourite for this match between Birmingham and Millwall is Millwall.