- Birmingham City have lost just one of their last nine away trips in the Championship (W4, D4).
- Wycombe have won just two of their last nine home league games, losing four.
- The hosts suffered a heavy 7-2 defeat at Brentford on Saturday and have conceded 15 goals in their last four games in all competitions.
Blues Backed For Another Positive Away Result
Wycombe were dealt a second half mauling in their 7-2 defeat at Brentford on Saturday and the Chairboys may struggle to recover for this midweek clash against a Birmingham side who have lost just one of their last nine starts on the road.
Wanderers were well in the game at Griffin Park after equalising to make it 2-2 at half time, but they were completely blown away by Thomas Franke’s promotion hopefuls after the break.
Five unanswered second half goals were slightly cruel based on Wycombe’s overall effort in the contest, but the Chairboys were running on empty towards the end of the match after losing 1-4 to Spurs in the FA Cup just four days prior.
It’s asking a lot of Wycombe to hit back this Tuesday night and punters are also dissuaded from the hosts on the basis that they’ve won just two of their last nine league matches at Adams Park, losing four.
Birmingham aren’t in great nick overall, but they typically reserve their best for away days. They come into this having lost just one of their last nine on the road (W4, D4) and will be confident that they can reverse November’s 1-2 defeat to the Chairboys at St Andrews.
We think the Blues warrant support in the Draw No Bet market here and we’re also tipping up a 1-2 correct score in favour of Aitor Karanka’s charges, who will see this fixture as an ideal opportunity to put some real daylight between themselves and the bottom three.