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Cardiff City 2-0 Birmingham City

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Eoin Doyle scored his first goal for Cardiff as they ended a run of seven home games without a win by earning a 2-0 victory over Birmingham.

Former Chesterfield striker Doyle got his first in nine games since his £1million switch to the Bluebirds just after half-time, before a Peter Whittingham penalty wrapped up the points.

It ensured Cardiff's first win at home since January 10 to ease the pressure on manager Russell Slade.

Birmingham boss Gary Rowett was sent to the stands for the visitors in the...

Birmingham City 1-1 Huddersfield Town

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Joe Lolley, a product of Birmingham's academy, returned to St. Andrew's to earn Huddersfield a rare Championship away point with an opportunist first half equaliser in a 1-1 draw.

Making only his third start since being signed from Kidderminster for £300,000 13 months ago the 22-year-old turned in a bright performance to justify manager Chris Powell's vote of confidence to give him an outing against his former club.

Birmingham, who salvaged a draw with two injury time goals at Derby last week, again...

Derby County 2-2 Birmingham City

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Birmingham staged a stunning late comeback to grab a 2-2 draw against Derby as the Rams missed the chance to go top of the Championship.

County had looked in control after Jamie Ward's first goal since September and a Tom Ince strike had put them 2-0 up but Birmingham silenced the iPro Stadium by drawing level in stoppage-time through a Paul Caddis penalty and a Clayton Donaldson goal.

It was not the result Derby wanted on a day when the crowd stood to join in a minute's applause before the game for...

Shinnie wins it for Blues

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Andrew Shinnie's winner clinched a scrappy 1-0 victory for Birmingham over Blackpool as Lee Clark's return to St Andrew's ended in defeat.

Midfielder Shinnie's first-half header sealed the points with Clark returning to Birmingham for the first time since being sacked in October.

His old side hammered another nail in the Tangerines' coffin to leave them bottom, 15 points from safety, in the Sky Bet Championship while Blues rose to 13th.

Robert Tesche made his full Birmingham bow, replacing the banned...

Birmingham City 1-0 Brentford

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Birmingham returned to winning ways with a crucial 1-0 home victory over promotion-chasing Brentford to ease their fears of dropping back into the Sky Bet Championship relegation zone.

It was a welcome win only hours after the midlands club reassured the Football League they are not in financial difficulty and that they have the cash to complete the season.

Following eight games without a win Birmingham carved out this victory as a result of an unfortunate 40th-minute own goal from Brentford centre-back...