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Birmingham vs Derby County Live Stream on TV

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Birmingham vs Derby County Live Stream on TV. The St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium, where Birmingham City will host Derby County on Friday night. The Championship will resume this weekend following the international break as Birmingham City host Derby County at St. Andrew’s. The Blues come into the match with just one defeat from their opening five matches of the league campaign, winning two and drawing two to leave them in eighth position in the table with eight points.

The Rams have also lost just once so far, although they only have one win to their name and three draws, leaving them 15th in the table on six points, meaning they will leapfrog the home team with a victory on Friday night. Birmingham head coach Lee Bowyer and his charges will be hoping to go one better than the 1-1 draw they managed at Barnsley before the break and climb up the table.

Ahead of the clash with Wayne Rooney’s men, here are all the details you need around how to follow the game: When does Birmingham vs Derby kick-off? The match will take place on Friday, 10 September, 2021, with kick-off at 8.00pm GMT in front of the fans at St. Andrew’s in Birmingham. Coverage will start at 5pm and Sky customers can also live stream the action via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices.

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Read More: Birmingham City issue update regarding St Andrew’s stand reopening ahead of Derby clash Is the game on TV? Yes, the game will be live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Coverage will start at 7.30pm and Sky customers can also live stream the action via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices.

Where can I watch the highlights of the game? The highlights of the key moments of the game will be shown on EFL On Quest at 9pm on Saturday. It will be aired on the Quest channel, which is available on: Freeview (12), Sky (831), Virgin (169), BT (12), and Freesat (172). Sign on to join the Blues debate St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium, the home of Birmingham City FC.

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