Goals and Summary of Birmingham 1-1 Watford in EFL Championship.
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5:53 PMa month ago


4:42 PMa month ago


Match ends, Birmingham 1-1 Watford.
4:33 PMa month ago


In the last minutes of the match, everything indicates that the teams will share points with a one-all draw.
4:26 PMa month ago


The locals still do not make any changes and begin to lower their guard with 10 minutes to go.
4:21 PMa month ago


Watford presses and looks to win the game in the face of little reaction from Birmingham.
4:15 PMa month ago


Modifications are made on the Watford side want to win the match by being more offensive.
4:11 PMa month ago


Watford's goal ties the match.
4:10 PMa month ago


The intensity of the match drops a little, Watford attacks but the home team defends very well.
4:06 PMa month ago


Very clean game with only one yellow card for Watford's Hamza.
4:02 PMa month ago


Birmingham is also looking for the goal that will give them the advantage in the match and make them more comfortable on the field.
3:57 PMa month ago


Watford starts more offensive looking for a quick equalizer.
3:53 PMa month ago


The second half begins.
3:37 PMa month ago


First half ends Birmingham 1-0 Watford.
3:27 PMa month ago


Last minutes of the first half the locals are taking the lead to the break.
3:22 PMa month ago


Birmingham defends the advantage goal and is unable to get out of its area in the face of the visitors' pressure.
3:21 PMa month ago


Watford after the home goal seeks to tie the match.
3:08 PMa month ago


Goooool Birmingham opens the scoring for the home side.
3:05 PMa month ago


At the moment Watford have more possession with 61% to Birmingham's 39%, although the home side have the more dangerous moves.
3:01 PMa month ago


Birmingham has the most dangerous arrivals but fails to finish the important plays.
2:56 PMa month ago


A very tight start, the two teams fight with intensity for the ball.
2:53 PMa month ago


Birmingham starts the match with more ball possession.
2:48 PMa month ago


Birmingham v Watford kick-off!
2:35 PMa month ago

All ready

The two teams finish warming up and prepare in the locker room before taking the field.
2:30 PMa month ago

Last Game

The last time these two teams met, Watford defeated Birmingham 3-0 in a match where the home side dominated.
2:25 PMa month ago

Already warming up

The two teams are warming up and getting ready for the start of this match that promises many goals and emotions.
2:20 PMa month ago

Lineup Watford

This is Watford Lineup:

2:15 PMa month ago

Lineup Birmingham

This is Birmingham's lineup:

2:10 PMa month ago


Birmingham will take the field in their traditional blue uniform, while Watford will take the field in their yellow uniform with black.
2:05 PMa month ago


Fans from both teams are slowly beginning to arrive at St Andrews for yet another EFL Championship match.
2:00 PMa month ago

Already in the stadium

Both teams are already at the stadium
1:55 PMa month ago

Last Lineup Birmingham City

21. John Ruddy, 4. Roberts, 29. Sanderson, 5. Trusty, 19. James, 42. Chang, 17. Placheta, 2.Colin, 7. Bacuna, 8. Deeney, 9. Hogan. DT: John Eustace.
1:50 PMa month ago

Last Lineup Watford

1. Daniel Bachmann, 15. Craig Cathcart, 14. Kamara, 31. Francisco Sierralta, 3. Gaspar, 4. Hamza Choudhury, 39. Edo Kayembe, 12. Ken Sema, 8. Claverley, 23. Ismaila Sarr, 10. Joao Pedro. DT: Robert Owen.
1:45 PMa month ago

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1:40 PMa month ago

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1:35 PMa month ago


There will be important absences in both teams: for Birmingham, Adan George and Harlee Dean will miss out due to injury, while for Watford, Hassane Kamara will miss out due to expulsion and Imran Louza, Samuel Kalu and Tom Dele-Bashiru will be unavailable due to injury.
1:30 PMa month ago

Key Player Watford

Ismaila Sarr:

Forward born in Senegal, he is 24 years old and is one of the most promising strikers for Watford, in the EFL Championship he has 3 games as a starter and a goal scored and an assist, with the Senegal national team he has 47 games as a starter and 10 goals scored, he will look to take Watford to the top of the table by taking the 3 points tomorrow.

1:25 PMa month ago

Key Player Birmingham City

Troy Deeney:

English striker of 34 years, is one of the most outstanding players despite the fact that he has not yet scored in the campaign with 3 games as a starter and 0 goals, he has dual nationality also has Jamaican nationality, he will seek tomorrow to get the 3 points against his former teams Watford.

1:20 PMa month ago


The record leans heavily to the Watford team with 7 wins, 2 draws and only 2 victories for Birmingham City, so tomorrow Watford will be the favorite to take the 3 points.
1:15 PMa month ago


Tomorrow's referee will be referee David Webb.

1:10 PMa month ago

Birmingham City: For the top positions

Birmingham had a regular start since they have won one, lost one and drawn one in 3 games, they have 4 points and if they win they could be placed with 7 points up to 4th position in the general table, undoubtedly a game that has at stake 3 points of great importance for both teams.
1:05 PMa month ago

Watford: For the lead

Watford had a great start with 2 wins and a draw, they are in 3rd position with 7 points, if they win they will be placed in first position with 10 points, undoubtedly a great start for Watford, who will seek to continue with the good streak in this start in the EFL Championship.
1:00 PMa month ago

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