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16 Oct 2022 — Everything you need to know in order to follow Birmingham City's Championship clash with Hull City.

READ MORE: Scott Twine's Hull City start assessed as Tigers look to bounce back at Birmingham City Rosenior's side are without a win in their last four games and face Birmingham City at St Andrew's on Wednesday night with the Tigers' head coach keen to see a response. "We switched off in the final seconds. We showed it back to the players today and we've got to get it right, " Rosenior told Hull LIve. "I felt when I spoke after the game about the good in our play and then when you watch it again in the cold light of day when you're less emotional as I was on Saturday evening, it's even better. "If we win the game and take one of many chances we had on Saturday we'd be fifth in the league, " he said. "There's no stress. We're two points off the playoffs with 34 games to play. This is a process. People probably don't want to hear that from me, they probably want everything to be one hundred per cent perfect. My job is to win games of football but it's to win over a consistent period of time. Birmingham City Fixtures On TV UK View listings of Birmingham City on TV in the UK including their Championship matches on Sky Sports Birmingham City v Hull City. Championship. Sky Sports Red ... Liam Rosenior challenges Hull City players to learn from basic errorsHull City head coach Liam Rosenior says his players have to cut out the needless errors that are costing his side valuable points in the early weeks of the Championship season. City produced a fine display on Saturday but suffered a 95th-minute defeat when his team switched off to allow Southampton to snatch all three points, with both goals entirely avoidable and as much down to the Tigers' defensive fragility as much as opposition ingenuity. Those goals come on the back of two straightforward concessions at Millwall before the international break when City threw away what should have been three points, instead having to settle for one, while at the other end, the hosts were shot-shy. "Tyler Morton's performance on Saturday was incredible, he deserved to be on the winning team. When you have a young group they're going to make young mistakes and as part of our learning and improvement, but what you have to do to learn and improve is you have to take that into the next game and the rest of the season. "I was aware that this could happen. Last season when I came in my focus was on defensive solidity. Two banks of four, making sure we were difficult to beat and honestly when you're that process-orientated, it's always in the players' minds. This year, we've been more expansive, more progressive in our play, we have more possession, more final third entries, more crosses and shots but we're not keeping the back door shut. "We cannot now (makes those errors). We have to make a commitment to the basics of the game; marking people in the box, not switching off from a throw-in, and making sure everyone does their jobs from minute one to minute 97 or however long added time is because if we do that then we are a very good team. First half, we had more passes, more final third entries and more shots then I made changes and the changes didn't work. That's on me but it's also on my subs to be more accountable to come on and kick us on as well, that's a team thing. "Up until the 70th minute we were the better team. We out-footballed them for long parts of the game and for a group of players - I've been in nearly a year and our front players were all new players - we're in a really good place. As frustrated as I was that we lost the game, I'd be a terrible coach if I didn't look at the positives as well. " As with any defeat, there's a sense of panic but Rosenior says City's league position at such an early stage of the season is reason to be optimistic, and not concerned. But only two points separate these sides in the table heading into this weekend. READ MORE: Blues Trust 'dismayed' over Birmingham City issue as statement released SEE ALSO: The inside story of Birmingham City's latest teenage star The match will kick-off at 3pm on Sunday, 15 October and will be broadcast live Sky Sports via the red button. Supporters will also be able to watch the match via the streaming service Blues TV. BirminghamLive's Blues reporter Brian Dick will be at the Deepdale Stadium to bring you all the latest updates and post-match reaction. You can follow our live coverage on Twitter and Facebook. There were a lot of positives. It was a difficult meeting because as frustrated as I am with the players and as angry as I am at losing a game we should have been out of sight in, I'm as happy with some of their individual performances as I have been all season. " The City head coach admits signing a flurry of youngsters will naturally see mistakes made, but stresses it's important his players learn from them and don't let them happen again. "If you look at the composition of our group, we've recruited some outstanding young players, " he said. Videos Watch a live stream of Birmingham City vs Hull City in the Sky Bet Championship. Watch a live stream of Hull City vs Southampton in the Sky Bet Championship. Sky Sports Watch the best live coverage of EFL 23/24: Birmingham v Hull City. Sky Sports. Birmingham City play host to Hull City at St Andrew's in the Sky Bet ...

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