EFL: Millwall vs BCFC

Collapsing on the club's mecca in the red light area of ​​Wigan, Millwall had just closed the door hoping to enter the promoted Play-Off group. Birmingham, meanwhile, have almost run out of goals this season, when they have given themselves a safe position and cannot dream any more. Therefore, the coming encounter between the two teams will no longer count and fans can confidently witness a match of dedication.

With a victory over Preston, they thought Millwall would end the series of draws and losses of time before, but they suddenly received a defeat in Wigan's trip to the pitch last weekend. Obviously, fans are asking a huge question about the performance and ambition of the home team The Den at the present time. Because after 34 rounds, Millwall has only 49 points and is temporarily ranked 11th in the rankings, with the distance to the Play-Off group being promoted to 7 points. Millwall's form is not really impressive with only 1 win 2 draws and 3 losses in the last 6 rounds. At home, the army of coach Gary Rowett is only slightly better with 3 wins in the last 8 matches, of which to draw up to 3 matches. However Millwall has reason to be confident in the next confrontation.

Scott Hogan's extra-minute goal saved Birmingham from a failure to host Sheffield Wed as they drew this opponent 3-3. However, it is undeniable that this is the time that Birmingham played markedly progress. Specifically, teachers and coach Pep Clotet won 3 victories and 2 draws in the last 5 rounds, so they are currently in the series of 8 consecutive unbeaten matches. It is worth noting that Birmingham is showing bravery when away from home with 3 wins and 1 draw in the last 4 matches. The fact that they are ranked 14th in the rankings with 45 points is because the first phase they played very poorly. And now, with a relaxed spirit and high form, the ability to have points on the trip here is very bright for Birmingham.

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