Coventry manager Mark Robins said he was “proud” as his Coventry side drew 0-0 with Birmingham in the FA Cup.
An unusual set of circumstances saw Coventry welcome landlords Birmingham in an FA Cup fourth round tie which ended in a replay following a drab goalless draw.
Coventry boss Mark Robins has plenty of options at his disposal ahead of his side’s FA Cup fourth-round tie with Birmingham on Saturday.
The Duchess of Cornwall has unveiled a “brilliant” set of stained glass windows at a children’s hospital featuring children’s author Roald Dahl’s famous characters.
Jonathan Woodgate sought to downplay the touchline fracas that blighted the closing stages of Middlesbrough’s 1-1 draw with Birmingham City.
Ashley Fletcher’s late equaliser enabled Middlesbrough to extend their unbeaten home run to eight Sky Bet Championship games as they claimed a 1-1 draw with Birmingham.
Middlesbrough boss Jonathan Woodgate is expected to choose from an unchanged squad for the home game against Birmingham.
Preston boss Alex Neil warned “nobody has any divine right to beat anyone” as his side look to continue their play-off push at Barnsley on Tuesday night.
Birmingham head coach Pep Clotet refused to confirm wonderkid Jude Bellingham will stay this month after scoring in their 1-1 draw against Cardiff at St. Andrew’s.
Birmingham’s winless home run stretched to seven league games after Cardiff staged a strong second half recovery to draw 1-1 at St. Andrew’s.
Birmingham will have midfielder Ivan Sunjic back from suspension for Saturday’s Championship match against Cardiff but will lose Harlee Dean to suspension instead.
About 40 firefighters are tackling a “severe” blaze at a restaurant in Birmingham which has seen one person rescued from a first floor window.
Birmingham could ban private cars from driving across the city centre under new plans drawn up by the council in a move to cut air pollution levels.
Luton boss Graeme Jones had no argument with the home supporters after he was booed off following the 2-1 loss against Birmingham.
Birmingham ended a run of six league games without a win with a 2-1 victory at bottom side Luton.Pep Clotet’s side had taken just one point from a possible 18 going into the game, but always looked the better side at Kenilworth Road, as struggling Town suffered a third straight league defeat.The Blues led with their first attack, Jeremie Bela’s cross from the left hand side headed in by the towering Lukas Jutkiewicz at the far post on four minutes, despite the best efforts of keeper Simon Sluga.Town went close when Luke Berry’s free kick required a hurried clearance from the visitors’ defence, before Jutkiewicz threatened a second, his low effort saved by Sluga.The hosts struggled to create anything meaningful for the rest of a desperately poor first half, while Blues continued pressing and after the break, Bela’s free kick flicked the side-netting on its way behind.Town almost found a way back into the game on 50 minutes, as Harry Cornick powered forward and found the impressive Kazenga LuaLua, who fired over the top.The introduction of substitute George Moncur then looked to have changed the complexion of the game, as he along with LuaLua, gave City something to think about, the visitors starting to concede a number of free kicks.From one of them, the hosts were level. Blues skipper Harlee Dean fouled Matty Pearson in the area for a penalty that was coolly converted by James Collins on 62 minutes.However, Town were level for just seven minutes as half-time sub Dan Potts gave the ball away inside his own half and Gary Gardner raced away to exchange passes with Jacques Maghoma to slot past Sluga.The keeper then denied Jutkiewicz from eight yards, while Town were inches away from levelling, Pearson’s header from a corner cleared off the line by City’s top scorer.Luton were given a late boost when Blues were reduced to 10 men for the final five minutes, Dean picking up his second yellow for a foul on Collins and was sent off.However, Hatters could not make their numerical advantage count, Moncur’s late attempt clearing the stands.Blues sub Dan Crowley almost made it 3-1, twinkling his way through Town’s defence, with Sluga preventing his shot creeping in.Luton could have snatched a point in stoppage time, as Collins backheeled to makeshift striker Sonny Bradley, but Lee Camp saved with his legs to ensure Blues were triumphant.
Luton boss Graeme Jones may keep faith with the players who played in the FA Cup defeat at Bournemouth last weekend as they host Birmingham in the Sky Bet Championship.
An explosion on an empty passenger train which showered broken glass over carriage seats was caused by a build-up of gases in an electrical equipment box, a rail safety inquiry has found.
An alleged member of a neo-Nazi terror group entered a “Miss Hitler” beauty contest weeks after her partner visited a Second World War concentration camp’s execution room, a court has heard.
Three men and a woman have gone on trial accused of being “fanatic” members of a banned neo-Nazi terrorist group.
Birmingham have revealed they have been charged with another breach of Football League regulations.