West Brom vs. Birmingham City injury update: ELEVEN out

Ahead of Birmingham City and West Brom’s EFL Championship matchup, the most recent injury and team news

At St Andrew’s Stadium on Friday night, the Midlands Derby between Birmingham City and West Brom is sold out.

For Friday’s match, the stadium will be jam-packed with more than 20,000 spectators. A boisterous mood in front of the Sky Sports television cameras is to be expected because the Baggies were given a seating allotment of 2,000.

After having rough Septembers, both teams are trying to put together a run of form that is consistent. Both teams won victories this past week. On Tuesday, Blues defeated Huddersfield Town 4-1; returning Siriki Dembele scored twice and was named player of the game. Jordan

James and Koji Miyoshi also scored goals for John Eustac

e’s team, which earned their first victory since late August.

John Swift’s 13-minute effort helped West Brom defeat struggling Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 and claim victory. The team of Carlos Corberan hadn’t won away and hadn’t scored on the road until last week, when they thrashed Preston North End 4-0 at Deepdale.

There isn’t much time for players who are nursing any knocks or niggles to recover due to the quick turnaround of three days, in which Wednesday is likely operating as a rest day with minimal exercise. Both coaches have dealt with both short-term and long-term injuries to their teams’ rosters.

See who will be missing the Midlands Derby between the two teams by flipping through the pages, including a person who has had the honor of

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