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Birmingham City vs Nottingham Forest live stream and TV details

Birmingham City are back in action this weekend when they take on Nottingham Forest in the Championship.

Blues are looking to put a bad run of form behind them when they host the Nottinghamshire outfit at St Andrew’s for the 3pm kick-off.

After conceding a mere three goals in their first six league games, they have since conceded nine goals in the following four matches, while only finding the net at the other end once.

Lee Bowyer’s side is suffering a dip just as Forest’s fortunes have begun to look up, with the Reds unbeaten in three since the sacking of former manager Chris Hughton.

The newly-appointed Steve Cooper is seeking a second consecutive win, something the club have not managed since early April of last season.

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It ended all square the last time these two teams met, as a 98th minute penalty from Lewis Grabban cancelled out Marc Roberts’ opener at Birmingham.

Here are all the details you need to follow the game.

When does Birmingham City vs Nottingham Forest kick-off?

The match will take place on Saturday, 2 October, with kick-off at 3pm.

Is the game on TV?

No. The usual 3pm blackout means that this fixture will not be available to watch domestically.

Supporters living overseas will be able to follow along on iFollow.

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Where can I watch the highlights of the game?

The highlights of the key moments of the game will be shown on EFL On Quest at 9pm on Saturday. It will be aired on the Quest channel, which is available on: Freeview (12), Sky (831), Virgin (169), BT (12), and Freesat (172).

Highlights will also be available to view on the Sky Sports website and the Sky Sport Football YouTube channel after the match.

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How else can I follow?

You can follow in-depth coverage from our own Birmingham City correspondent Brian Dick, here at BirminghamLive and via his personal Twitter account ( @briandick ).

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