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That is why Sky Sports have picked the game for live television coverage and it is being broadcast worldwide. Read more: Eustace reveals Blues setback for Norwich City loanee Read more: Beale makes 'capable' prediction about Blues' season The coverage begins at 7:30pm on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football, while highlights of the action will be shown on ITV4's English Football League Highlights programme at 9pm on Saturday. Sky Sports will also be streaming the game through their Sky Glass, Sky Go and Now TV platforms.
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Birmingham City vs QPR TV channel, live stream and how to watch ChampionshipBirmingham City return to action when they host Queens Park Rangers at St Andrew's on Friday (8pm). Blues are hoping to return to winning ways having lost 2-1 at promotion-chasing Blackburn Rovers last time out. QPR, meanwhile, beat Wigan Athletic 2-1 last time out and have won four of their last five games to put themselves in second place after 16 matches, only two points behind Burnley. The visit of QPR, managed by former Aston Villa coach and one-time Wolverhampton Wanderers target Michael Beale, is a stern test for John Eustace 's side and promises to be an exciting game.
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"We have got a lot of games coming up now in a short period of time and it is important that they keep their fitness levels up. "They have had a really good run out and we have had a really good couple of days preparing for QPR. “They are all going to be needed, we have shown up to now that it is a squad game. "We try to freshen it up as much as we can, and it is important the boys that come in are as sharp as they can be and as fit as they can be. ” How do you see the game going? Have your say in the comments section...
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Live coverage of the game will be broadcast abroad on beIN SPORTS in France, Cosmote Sport in Greece, Premier Sport 1 in Slovakia and on ViaPlay in the Baltic region, Scandinavia, Netherlands and Poland. Blues will be hoping to put on a show on national television and boss Eustace, a former QPR coach, is looking forward to a busy schedule. “It has been a good week, " he said. "The lads who haven’t been involved at the weekend managed to get a really good run out for the Under-21s, which was good.
How to watch and follow the EFL this midweek - News Bristol City v Sheffield United and Norwich City v Queens Park Rangers have been selected for live coverage on Sky Sports, while