Cardiff City's form has sustained a monumental hit as of late, with the Bluebirds currently on a stretch of four consecutive defeats.
Tomorrow's showdown poses a great chance to do just that against a team embroiled in similarly poor fortunes.
The West Midlands outfit have only won four league fixtures since the turn of the year and many believe that had Reading and Derby not received points deductions, they too would be entrenched in relegation fears.
Therefore, midfield general Joe Ralls will be unavailable, having been ruled out for the rest of the season owing to a groin injury.
Meanwhile, Joel Bagan is unlikely to feature after missing the trip to Teesside.
Kristian Pedersen and Taylor Richards are also back available for their side's final away match of the campaign.
Phillips; Drameh, Nelson, Denham, Ng; Wintle, Vaulks; Doyle, Colwill; Harris, Hugill
Etheridge; Gordon, Roberts, Friend; Colin, Gardner, Sunjic, Pedersen; Bacuna; Taylor, Hernandez
Ones to watch
Cardiff- Rubin Colwill
By all accounts, the mercurial playmaker was the Bluebirds' shining outlet yet again at Middlesbrough, providing a sole source of creativity and invention.
It appears very much a regularity for Colwill- who, despite having only turned 20 on Wednesday- frequently looks the most likely to make something happen in Cardiff colours.
His progressive ball-carrying ability deep into opposing territory makes him a distinct threat for defenders, while he also has an eye for a killer pass when needed.
And though he has been very much in and out of Morison's team this term, he has still managed to notch a respectable six strikes across all competitions, a feat which makes him his side's top scorer.
Should he start, Birmingham will have to pay close attention to him if they are to get something from the game.
Birmingham- Onel Hernandez
Capable of operating off the shoulder, on the wing and even as a wing-back, the Cuban International's versatility has established him as a popular figure among the Birmingham faithful.
Hernandez is a player who is not scared to get forward and run at opponents, owing to his speed and quality in 1v1 situations.
This may well earmark him as a danger to Cardiff's backline, who will no doubt be doing all they can to prevent the second-tier stalwart from showcasing his talents.
The two sides last locked horns in December, where Cardiff overturned a two goal deficit to salvage a dramatic 2-2 draw in the early days of Morison's tenure.
The Bluebirds also secured a 3-2 victory over Birmingham last term at the Cardiff City Stadium before winning 4-0 on away soil, with loan star Harry Wilson scoring four times and providing two assists across the two outings.
Birmingham's last win at Cardiff dates all the way back to 2008, where they won 2-1 at Ninian Park.
How to watch
Due to domestic streaming regulations, live broadcasting of any fixture in England, Wales and Northern Ireland is prohibited between the hours of 2:45-5:15 on Saturday afternoons.
However, supporters in the UK are able to follow the action through an audio pass, while overseas supporters can watch the game live through an International match pass available on the clubs' websites.
The match starts at 15:00 BST.