please log in to view this image Birmingham City vs QPR The Championship Saturday 27th February 2021 - 15h00 St Andrews's Trillion Trophy Stadium please log in to view this image History v Birmingham City; Games won: 22 Games drawn: 17 Games lost: 23 Ones to remember; 17 Jan 1967 Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers W 1-4 League Cup 17 Oct 1970 Queens Park Rangers v Birmingham City W 5-2 League Division Two 18 Feb 2017 Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers W 1-4 League Championship 11 Dec 2019 Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers W 0-2 League Championship Ones to forget; 30 Aug 1969 Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers L 3-0 League Division Two 23 Apr 1974 Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers L 4-0 League Division One 22 Mar 1975 Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers L 4-1 League Division One Players who have played for both: Mike Hellawell 1955–1957 Queens Park Rangers 45 (7) 1957–1965 Birmingham City 178 (30) Trevor Francis 1971–1979 Birmingham City 280 (119) 1988–1990 Queens Park Rangers 32 (12) Paul Furlong 1996–2002 Birmingham City 131 (50) 2000 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 3 (1) 2002 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 6 (2) 2002–2007 Queens Park Rangers 162 (54) Rowan Vine; 2007–2008 Birmingham City 17 (1) 2007–2008 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 18 (4) 2008–2012 Queens Park Rangers 51 (5) Lee Camp 2007 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 11 (0) 2007–2009 Queens Park Rangers 50 (0) 2018– Birmingham City 69 (0) Ravel Morrisson; 2012–2013 → Birmingham City (loan) 27 (3) 2014 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 15 (6) 2017 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 5 (0) Tony Roberts; 1987–1998 Queens Park Rangers 122 (0) October 2020 - present : goalkeeping coach at Birmingham City. Match Preview; So we head to Birmingham having not won just one of our last five games, to play against a side who have only won one of their last five. In fact, Birmingham have won two of their last ten, losing seven, drawing one and winning just two. This poor run leaves them 21st in the table, just one place and two points from the drop. Scott Hogan is their main threat, having scored six goals so far this year. Nice to look through their backroom staff, and see that Aitor Karanka has bought in his younger brother, David, as his assistant...and has ex-Ranger Tony Roberts as their goalkeeping coach. Seems like they have a good set up, but it isn't working...they are on a shocking run at the moment, which if it continues, will surely see them drop down to League 1...Rotherham are only two points behind them, with two games in hand. As for us, after four wins in a row, we could only manage a point on Wednesday against Preston, in a pretty poor game. My five year old summed it up when he snuck out of bed at 9pm, and cuddled up next to me because he wanted to watch with his Daddy. It's the school holidays, and who doesn't want to watch Rangers with their boy...after five minutes he chose to take himself back to bed. Still, it was a draw in a game which may well have been lost a few months ago...so not all negative. I'll add team news if it goes on the official, and others can, as you already have started doing, add what you know below. Enjoy one and all, and... ...COME ON YOU SUPER, HOOPSA!!!