Sport Alvaro Negredo reacts after missing a chance to score during Manchester City's 1-1 draw with Blackburn Rovers

A look ahead to the midweek FA Cup replay at the Etihad.

Lively Hoilett rescues Rovers but victory remains out of reach

Blackburn Rovers 1 Birmingham City 1

Birmingham must show 'bottle' demands Alex McLeish

Birmingham manager Alex McLeish is urging his players to recapture the form that earned them their Carling Cup triumph as they relaunch their battle for Barclays Premier League survival.

Birmingham will not offer Lee Bowyer a new contract

Lee Bowyer will decide in the summer whether to continue playing after being told he will not be offered a new contract by Birmingham.

Birmingham must strengthen for European challenge says Alex McLeish

Alex McLeish admits Birmingham will have to strengthen their squad to cope with the demands of Europe after their shock Carling Cup success.

Jack Wilshere angered by Barry Ferguson 'slap' on Laurent Koscielny

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has hit out at Birmingham's Barry Ferguson for allegedly slapping Laurent Koscielny on the head after Obafemi Martins' late Carling Cup final winner.

I wasn't good enough for Arsenal, admits Larsson

Midfielder says he has no regrets about joining Birmingham as he aims to frustrate his former club's trophy ambitions

Beausejour keeps Blues on path to Wembley double

Birmingham City 3 Sheffield Wednesday 0

Birmingham cruise into quarter finals of FA Cup

Birmingham 3 Sheffield Wednesday 0

Slipshod City fall off the title pace after Vieira's clumsy challenge

Birmingham City 2 Manchester City 2

Berbatov has United looking invincible

Manchester United 5 Birmingham City 0: Bulgarian's third hat-trick of the season makes mockery of Wenger's words

McLeish delighted as Birmingham end away jinx

Blackpool 1 Birmingham City 2

Lee Bowyer banned for challenge on Bacary Sagna

Birmingham midfielder Lee Bowyer will be suspended for the next three matches after accepting a Football Association charge of violent conduct for a challenge on Arsenal's Bacary Sagna.

McLeish rages at ‘bias’ of TV replays

Birmingham City manager Alex McLeish has called for fairness when "trial by television" is adapted to highlight misdemeanours by players which may have escaped the attention of the referee.

Streetwise Fabregas keeps the Arsenal show on the road

Birmingham City 0 Arsenal 3

Gunners run riot at St Andrews

Birmingham City 0 Arsenal 3
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