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Lee Bowyer‘s tenure as Birmingham City boss has reportedly come under threat following three successive league defeats in which they conceded 12 goals.

Their heaviest loss of the season came on Easter Monday when they were thrashed 6-1 away at fellow mid-table outfit Blackpool. Ivan Sunjic was on the scoresheet for the Blues, but his 63rd-minute strike was only a consolation as they were condemned to their 20th league defeat of the campaign.

Only Reading (48) have conceded more Championship goals in 2022 than Birmingham (40) and last weekend’s result leaves them sitting 20th in the table, 15 points behind the top half.

Birmingham supporters expressed their frustration and made their voices heard at Bloomfield Road last time out, but hopes of watching their side return to winning ways on Saturday could prove challenging as the Blues have won only one of their last 10 league meetings against Millwall, a 2-0 away victory in November 2018.

Manchester United loanee Tahith Chong remains a doubt for Birmingham with a groin problem, while Teden Mengi (hamstring), Neil Etheridge (head), Matija Sarkic (shoulder) and Adan George (ACL) all remain on the sidelines.

Bowyer is expected to make changes following their heavy defeat last time out, with Maxime ColinJeremie BelaScott Hogan and Lukasz Jutkiewicz all pushing for a place in the starting lineup.

As for Millwall, Rowett has revealed that both Jed Wallace and Scott Malone are set to miss Saturday’s game due to respective groin and hamstring injuries.

Mason Bennett remains doubtful with a leg injury, so Bradshaw, Benik Afobe and Tyler Burey could all retain their places in attack.

Oliver BurkeRyan Leonard and Shaun Hutchinson, who all began the last game on the bench, will be hoping to force their way into the first XI this weekend.

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Birmingham City possible starting lineup:
Jeacock; Colin, Roberts, Gordon, Pedersen; James, Sunjic, Woods, Bela; Hogan, Jutkiewicz

Millwall possible starting lineup:
Bialkowski; Ballard, Cooper, Hutchinson; McNamara, Mitchell, Saville, M. Wallace; Burey, Bradshaw, Afobe

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