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03-03-2020 | 18:36 Football

Birmingham City fans send warning message ahead of Leicester City clash

Leicester City will take a break from the Premier League clashes, facing their next rivals, Birmingham City, in the FA Cup tomorrow. The foxes are sitting on the 3rd place of the Premier League table. They are pure favorites to be qualified for next season's Champions League. However, at this moments the club needs to focus on FA Cup, when Birmingham travels to King Power Stadium. Ahead of the clash, the fans of the rival team have sent warning message to the Foxes. @parkoblue: We'll win. Give 100%, Hogan on the scoresheet and no Vardy. Come on you Blues! @Kiemaca85: I’m unusually optimistic - which means we’ll lose 4-0. @GrandmaDoriss: I reckon we’ll put up a decent fight and will get a goal but just can’t see us winning, hope I’m wrong though. @elwell_alan: I’d love to think so but in all honesty can’t see it I think Leicester will field a strong side considering they don’t play till Monday night again so I think our unbeaten run will end tomorrow. @LezlyRimmer: We will beat Leicester, then draw Spurs in the next round, where we will take vengeance for relegating us in 2011. The game will go to penalties and Camp is going to save at least 2 of them before Hogan scores the winning pen with a panenka. @Max_Bcfc: Cannot wait for Leicester on Wednesday. Go into the game with nothing to lose. 5500 bluenoses away on a Wednesday night. Love to see it. @aflemi: The battle of most successful trophy-laden Midlands clubs of the 21st century this week #bcfc V #lcfc in an epic at The King Power stadium. I’m sure all fans of the inconsequential Midlands clubs #nffc #wwfc #dcfc #avfc #bafc will be looking on with interest KRO. @MarkWatson1875: As Leicester are the only other team in the Midlands capable of actually winning anything recently, surely they should be considered bigger rivals to us than Witton? Source: Leicestershire Live

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