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Live online football streaming: Derby v Birmingham (Npower Championship)
- November 21, 2012
For two of the biggest clubs in the Championship, at least historically, this fixture sees Birmingham (19th) travel to Derby (13th) with both sides closer to the bottom than the top in England’s second division.
Derby’s clash with Birmingham kicks off at 17.20 on Saturday, November 24, 2012 and is the late match on a busy day in the Championship.
So how can you watch Derby v Birmingham on our live video streaming service?
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Derby will be looking to bounce back from a 3-0 loss at Championship leaders Crystal Palace last time out with boss Nigel Clough set for tactical and personnel changes.
The Rams are tipped to revert to 4-4-2 against Birmingham, having lined up 4-4-1-1 at Selhurst Park. Youngster Jeff Hendrick is likely to be rested and Jamie Ward remains out.
Clough (pictured above) will be hoping his side can reproduce the form that saw them claim two successive home wins over Blackpool and Barnsley earlier this month.
Birmingham boss Lee Clark is struggling this season with many tipping the former Newcastle midfielder to be axed in the coming months.
They have been terrifically inconsistent of late. Winning at Leeds at the end of October and also drawing at Blackburn but have also suffered home defeats to Ipswich and Hull over the last month.
There are plenty of big names in the Birmingham squad, including Ravel Morrison, Jack Butland, Hayden Mullins, Nikola Zigic and Marlon King and they can go level on points with Derby if they win this encounter.