Another final day escape, or a devasting relegation, we are only two days away from finding out.
When someone says it’s only a game, tell that to the millions of supporters who feel the nerves when it comes to a crunch encounter like this one.
Birmingham fans on Twitter are certainly feeling it ahead of Sunday:
It’s football mate, of course it can happen
— BrummieJoe (@BrummieJoeHD) May 3, 2018
Mate, this is the easiest of our 3 relegation scares so far, which is why I'm worried…
— David B (@Dbbcfc) May 3, 2018
— richard p (@rpercy39) May 3, 2018
Never nervous,been through it more times than I can mention..
— Sid (@Shaun21979330) May 4, 2018
It’s seems easy on paper but that to me is a problem, our boys need to not repeat QPR and with bluenose’s making noise we should do it…. KRO
— sid cusack (@sidcusack) May 3, 2018
No need to be nervous, we’re not going anywhere. #kro
— darren ford (@dazbcfcwales) May 3, 2018
I'm really not. I'm a bit nervous but I honstly can't see us going down. Excited if anything. KRO
— LMcK (@Kieran994245761) May 3, 2018
Me going through confidence and maudlin emotions and permutations simultaneously till 12PM game day. pic.twitter.com/eNPHv3mj4W
— Lobster in the Box [Sponsored by Leffe™] (@ByitBx) May 3, 2018
I can see all the other teams winning man ????
— B.C.D (@dugy02) May 3, 2018
What I really hope joe, is that before the game they don’t play the stupid music & actually let us just sing KEEP RIGHT ON like they’ve never heard before. I’m confident we will do the business. Keep the faith ????????????
— Antony Sale (@saley1984) May 3, 2018
Some people actually enjoy the anticipation before such a crucial game, I’m certainly not one of them! Like many, I just want to get to kick off as soon as possible.
Of course, we are still outsiders to go down. We only need a point with Burton’s goal difference being so bad, but it doesn’t stop you thinking about all the things that could possibly go wrong.
I really wish the Blues would stop making things this difficult for themselves. I am just imagining the potential of us staying up with Garry Monk in charge for next season as a comforting thought.