Birmingham V Huddersfield at St Andrews Stadium - Match Preview

Birmingham have no new injury problems ahead of Saturday's Championship clash with Huddersfield.

Midfielder Stephen Gleeson serves the final match of a three-game suspension following his red card against Brentford last month.

Koby Arthur is still sidelined by a thigh strain while Michael Morrison returned to light training on Friday after a knee injury.

Callum Reilly's departure on loan to League Two leaders Burton this week means Reece Brown could be included in the Birmingham squad.

Huddersfield will be without on-loan defender David Edgar, who is not eligible to face his parent club, while Nahki Wells is not expected to feature and Harry Bunn remains doubtful.

Striker Wells has been sidelined for the last three games with a shoulder injury and although he returned to non-contact training this week he is not likely to be risked

Winger Bunn missed last week's home defeat to Rotherham due to a hamstring problem.

Defender Joel Lynch returned to action against Rotherham after missing seven games due to a groin problem and came through unscathed.

Manager Chris Powell has no new injury or suspension problems as Huddersfield bid to halt a three-game losing run

Source : PA

Source: PA