Date: 18th March 2016 at 4:34pm
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Saturday promises to be a tense affair.

The travelling support up at St Andrews, will be hoping that Fulham Football Cub can get the points needed to ease those growing relegation fears.

But as we prepare to make the journey north to England`s second city, what do the record and form books tell us?

Here are a few stats for you to mull over:

? In the reciprocating fixture at Craven Cottage earlier this season, Fulham were beaten 5-2 by Birmingham City.

? If Fulham get beaten tomorrow it will be the first time Birmingham will have done the double over us since 1991 / 1992 when both of us were playing in the third tier of English football.

? Fulham`s record at St Andrews in recent times, shows they normally do okay. The last seven visits have seen Fulham win four, drawn one and lost two.

? The last two fixtures between the two sides at St Andrews have seen Fulham emerge victorious on both occasions.

? Birmingham`s recent home form is good. The last seven Championship games played there have seen Birmingham win six and lose one.

? In those seven Championship games mentioned above, Birmingham have kept five clean sheets.

? Fulham`s away form isn`t at its best at the moment, the last eleven away fixtures have produced one win, five draws and five losses.

? Ross McCormack enters this fixture having scored in his last three Championship appearances, let`s hope he can make it four this Saturday.