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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...

 By PA Sport

Birmingham not in financial danger, says Football League

The Football League has received assurances Birmingham are in no immediate financial danger.

The club's parent company, Birmingham International Holdings Limited, appointed receivers this month to try to end the infighting amongst board members.

They appointed Ernst and Young Transactions Limited to manage the company day-to-day and no winding up petition was filed against the BIHL and it is not in liquidation.

The BIHL board, based in Hong Kong, wanted Ernst and Young to run the company without...

Sears at the double for Ipswich

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Freddie Sears bagged a brace as Ipswich got their promotion challenge back on track with a 4-2 home win over battling Birmingham.

Tyrone Mings grabbed his first Ipswich goal in the 24th minute before an absorbing second half saw both Sears and Birmingham's David Davis score twice before home midfielder Kevin Bru made the game safe in stoppage time.

Looking to make up for a disappointing home defeat to Reading on Saturday, Ipswich started on the front foot with Jonathan Parr, Bru and Daryl Murphy all...

Brighton & Hove Albion 4-3 Birmingham City

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Joao Teixeira and Inigo Calderon both scored twice as relegation-threatened Brighton clinched their first win in six games with a 4-3 home victory over Birmingham.

City, who missed a penalty in first half stoppage time with the score 1-1, have now not won in their last eight league games.

The Seagulls, winners of only one of their previous seven home league games, made the perfect start when Portuguese midfielder Joao Teixeira gave them the lead after only eight minutes.

Cutting in from the left, Teixeira...

Middlesbrough go top after Birmingham draw

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Middlesbrough saw goalkeeper Dimitri Konstantopoulos sent off.

Patrick Bamford fired 10-man Middlesbrough to the top of the Championship as they battled back to earn a 1-1 draw against Birmingham at St Andrew's.

Boro had been staring down the barrel of defeat after Paul Caddis put Blues ahead from the spot in first-half stoppage time, the visitors finding themselves a man down with goalkeeper Dimitri Konstantopoulos sent off for conceding the penalty.

But a storming second-half fightback earned its reward when on-loan Chelsea marksman Bamford struck for the...