Date: 24th August 2018 at 6:00pm
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David Prutton can’t see anything other than a Notts Forest win against us tomorrow evening.

Both sides have struggled to find the back of the net this season but in his weekend predictions, the Sky Sports pundit says we won’t get any joy at the City Ground:

“Birmingham probably should have beaten Swansea last weekend and Garry Monk was very unhappy with how they lost at Bolton in midweek. He will hope for a response but this has to be a home win for me.”

The ex-Forest midfielder went for a 2-0 win, but I think it will be a lot tighter than that. We showed against Bolton on Wednesday that we won’t just sit back and defend despite our poor recent away record.

We will need to be brave in both defence and attack against Aitor Karanka’s side, and I don’t expect more than one goal being scored.

With our lack of threat in the final third, we may need a set piece or a penalty to get us in front, but Forest are still bedding in a number of their thirteen summer signings.

They are not the finished article by any means, and they have looked disjointed with Karanka yet to find his best eleven. Hopefully, we can exploit that and pick up our first win of the season tomorrow.

 
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4 Replies to “Sky Sports Pundit Doesn’t See Much Hope For Birmingham Against Forest Tomorrow”

  • If the guy new as mutch as he claims then he would not be doing that job because he would be a millionaire. Have you seen his productions. He got 93% Of them wrong last week. I main you could get more right just by pulling names out the hat.

  • Anyone who tries to predict championship matches can’t be taken seriously he must know that it’s just stupid sky sports who want him to do it

  • Forest went for broke this year in their bid for promotion. When they fail miserably to even make the playoffs they will be in serious financial trouble. As for Pruttons predictions if you predict a home win most times you’ll be correct. I don’t think there’s anything untoward in his predictions.

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