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Birmingham faces in form Watford in the Championship midweek clash at the St. Andrew’s stadium. The Blues lost last weekend at Cardiff City while Watford struggled to get a 1-0 win over Burnley.


Birmingham City struggled in their last match at Cardiff City. The Bluebirds opened the scoring through Philogene-Bidace J in the 17th minute and held on until the end of the game.


Watford will hope to preserve their three-match unbeaten run in the EFL Championship against Birmingham. The Hornets have so far earned seven points in their last three matches.


What is the kickoff time for Birmingham City vs Watford 

The match will kick off at 7:45 PM BST (British Summer Time) Tuesday, August 16 2022


UK (BST) 07:45 PM

CEST: 08:45 PM

Eastern Time: 02:45 PM

Central Time: 01:45 PM

Mountain Time: 12:45 AM

Pacific Time: 11:45 AM

Gulf Standard Time: 10:45 PM

Indian Standard Time: 12:15 AM midnight Wednesday, August 17 2022


Where to watch Birmingham City vs Watford on TV and live stream 

Championship fans can watch the match by purchasing a match pass package on Hive Live (Watford TV) and BluesTV for Birmingham City fans in the UK, Ireland and abroad. Talksport 2 Radio will provide audio commentary on the game.


Match Preview 

Birmingham City will look to avoid a defeat against Watford following their loss over the weekend at Cardiff City. The blues face uncertainties regarding the return of Krystian Bielik, Gary Gardner and Nico Gordon to first-team action. Meanwhile, Jordan Graham will be monitored closely following his absence in the club’s previous game.


For Watford, Hassane Kamara will not be in action against Birmingham due to suspension, while Captain Tom Cleverley is currently being accessed ahead of the game.


“The quick turnaround from Friday to Tuesday isn’t easy, but we’ve experienced it Monday to Friday already,” Edwards explained. “We want to be able to recover, we want to get messages across to them for the next game, and we’ll need to manage players’ load.


“There are players who feel more sore than others. There’s always lots to do in the three days or so but we’re used to it, so it runs pretty smoothly.

Ibiye Ambille
Ibiye Ambillehttps://interestingfootball.com
I'm a sports enthusiast, love writing about football. I have been writing about top teams in Europe, the Premier League and La Liga.

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