The madness of the Championship continues this Friday night, as Wayne Rooney’s Rams look to stop their rot.
Birmingham are playing predictably unpredictably… but we’ve pinpointed a worthy Bet Builder to accompany your Friday night takeaway.
Check out our 11/1 Bet Builder here:
- Birmingham to win
- Over 3.5 goals
- Graeme Shinnie to be carded
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Birmingham v Derby Bet Builder Betting Tip:
Birmingham to win
Despite remaining unbeaten on the road this season, the Blues are yet to register a win in front of their home faithful.
An exciting season is expected of Lee Bowyer’s side, full of attacking intent and goals, and the struggling Rams are expected to limp home from St. Andrews.
Derby County will be without their top goalscorer last season, Colin Kazim-Richards, who is out injured.
Over 3.5 goals
22% of Birmingham’s home matches ended with over 3.5 goals last season, a testament to their fragility at the back.
Under the spotlight of the Sky Sports cameras on Friday night, we are expecting chances at either end, with the over 3.5 market providing the value.
Graeme Shinnie to be carded
Graeme Shinnie has kept his powder dry so far in the Derby defence.
The 30-year-old Scot is an ever-present in Rooney’s eleven and has a history of bookings dating back to his time at Aberdeen.
Shinnie is a prime candidate for a booking under the pressure of Blues attacks.
*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.