Lions manager Gary Rowett will no doubt use their previous result as fuel to motivate his side to get back to winning ways against his former club. Birmingham City versus Millwall, along with the other Championship games taking place on Wednesday evening, kicks off at 7:45pm and is available to watch via the Sky Sports Red Button, with their coverage starting from 7:40pm. To watch this coverage, you need to have a Sky Sports subscription or purchase a Sky Sports day pass via NowTV. Alternatively, the contest can be watched through the in-house media stations of both clubs, with fans able to watch or listen through the provided coverage of BluesTV and MillwallTV. BirminghamLive’s Blues correspondant Brian Dick will of course be at St Andrew’s on the night to bring you the latest updates.
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Birmingham City vs Millwall TV channel, live stream and how to watchOn Wednesday evening (November 2), Birmingham City play host to Millwall, who are making the trip from South London looking to push themselves into the promotion play-off spots. But if Blues were to run out as winners at St. Andrew’s, then they would overtake their opponents in the Championship table level and move into eighth position, being level on points with Millwall but ahead on goal difference. Blues go into the game on a high, having beaten high-flying Queens Park Rangers last time out.
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Balogun celebrates scoring for Rangers vs Brondby There were scares along the way, with Brondby striker and top-scorer Mikael Uhre wasting a glorious chance to pull a goal back right at the start of the second period, only to miss the target with just Allan McGregor to beat. Rangers, however, also had opportunities to score more goals, but this time the VAR ruled against them after man of the match Aribo had seemingly been felled in the box, while Scott Arfield also hit the bar late on after being set up by fellow substitute Scott WrightNot that Gerrard was too concerned, with Rangers still alive in Europe.
He will also be right on top of all the post-match reaction. You can also follow our Birmingham City coverage on Twitter and Facebook. Post-match a short highlights package of the match will be available to view for free on both the Birmingham City YouTube channel and the Millwall YouTube channel courtesy of the EFL.
Rangers 2-0 Brondby: Leon Balogun and Kemar Roofe on target at IbroxFirst-half goals from Leon Balogun and Kemar Roofe saw Rangers beat Brondby 2-0 at Ibrox to keep alive their hopes of progressing to the knockout stages of the Europa League. Rangers had lost their opening two Group A matches, making this a vital clash for Steven Gerrard's side, who made the perfect start when Balogun's powerful header gave them an 18th-minute lead. Image: Roofe gives Rangers a 2-0 lead vs Brondby with the goal being given after a VAR review Things got even better on the half-hour mark when Roofe tapped home after Alfredo Morelos' close-range header had been saved, although Rangers needed the intervention of the Video Assistant Referee to confirm that goal after it had initially been ruled out by the referee's assistant.
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Rangers finally back to winnings ways in Europe - Opta stats Rangers came into this match off the back of three consecutive UEFA Europa League defeats and were winless in four in the competition. Their two goals tonight were more than they had netted in their previous four matches in the competition (1).
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Team news Rangers boss Steven Gerrard made two changes from the team that drew 1-1 with Hearts on Saturday. In came Steven Davis for the suspended Glen Kamara, while Kemar Roofe replacesd Scott Wright. The outstanding Joe Aribo got free down the right, before crossing, and despite Mikkelsen doing brilliantly to keep out Morelos' close-range header, there was Roofe sniffing around in the right place, at the right time, to tuck home the rebound for his 25th goal in just 49 Rangers appearances. Initially, the goal was ruled out for offside, however, after a lengthy delay the VAR spotted the striker was in fact level with the last Brondby defender, much to the Rangers fans' delight. That gave the hosts some much-needed breathing space, which would have been even greater had Morelos' clever effort struck the inside, rather than the outside, of the post just before half-time.
How the teams lined up | Match statsEuropa League fixtures | Results | Group A standingsEuropean football: 2021/22 datesAs a result, Rangers have moved up to third in the group at the halfway stage, a point behind Sparta Prague in second ahead of their return meeting at Brondby on November 4. Player ratings Rangers: McGregor (6), Tavernier (8), Goldson (8), Balogun (7), Barisic (6), Aribo (9), Lundstra (7), Davis (6), Roofe (7), Morelos (7), Hagi (7) Subs: Bassey (6), Bacuna (6), Scott Wright (6), Sakala (7), Arfield (7) Brondby: Mikkelsen (8), Heggheim (6), Maxso (6), Rosted (6), Gammelby (6), Cappis (6), Frendrup (7), Ben Slimane (6), Mensah (7), Uhre (6), Pavlovic (6) Subs: Greve (6), Riveros (6), Bruus (6), Radosevic (6), Hedlund (6), Borkeeiet (6) Man of the match: Joe Aribo How Rangers emerged victorious in must-win encounterGerrard had labelled this a must-win encounter and that is exactly what his team did after a thoroughly professional display at Ibrox that keeps alive their hopes of playing European football in the second half of the season.
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