Birmingham City vs Swansea City match preview and prediction EFL Championship 2022/23

Birmingham City will invite Swansea City to St Andrews Arena for an EFL Title matchday nine apparatus on Saturday. The home side come into the game on the rear of a 1-0 away triumph over Preston North End. Maxime Colin scored the match champ in the sixteenth moment. Swansea City won over QPR with the equivalent scoreline on home turf.

Joel Piroe missed a sixteenth moment punishment, however, went from zero to legend five minutes after the fact with the triumphant objective. The success saw the Swans move to the nineteenth spot, having accumulated nine focuses from eight matches. Birmingham City are one point and two spots beneath them in the table.

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Head to Head

The different sides have exchanged handles on 41 events the past. Birmingham City has a superior record with 20 successes in their possession. Swansea City were triumphant on 10 events, while 11 matches finished in a portion of the riches. Their latest gathering came in Spring when they couldn’t be isolated in a goalless impasse.

Match Prediction

The two sides have begun the season ineffectively, in spite of the fact that Birmingham City’s great presentation to hand Preston their most memorable loss of the mission will help the players’ certainty.

Swansea City likewise snapped a four-game winless run with a tight success last end of the week yet their absence of objectives has been a significant reason to worry. The different sides are in practically indistinguishable structures and we are backing the riches to be partaken in a low-scoring draw.

Prediction: Birmingham City 1-1 Swansea City

Birmingham City vs Swansea City Predicted XI

Birmingham City Predicted XI (3-4-1-2):

  1. John Ruddy (GK);
  2. Auston Trusty,
  3. Marc Roberts,
  4. Dion Sanderson;
  5. Jordan Graham,
  6. Josh Williams,
  7. Tahith Chong,
  8. Maxime Colin;
  9. Juninho Bacuna;
  10. Scott Hogan,
  11. Troy Deeney

Swansea City Predicted XI (4-4-2):

  1. Steven Benda (GK);
  2. Ryan Manning,
  3. Benjamin Cabango,
  4. Harry Darling,
  5. Kyle Naughton;
  6. Jamie Paterson,
  7. Joe Allen,
  8. Matt Grimes,
  9. Matthew Sorinola;
  10. Joel Piroe,
  11. Michael Obafemi
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