Birmingham City continue their struggle in the current England Championship campaign as they suffered a disappointing away defeat against mid-table side Watford this past midweek. The home side immediately took the attacking initiative as they're looking forward to improve their current position in the standings. That positive approach was eventually rewarded on 33 minutes when Troy Deeney put the home side ahead with his effort, which lasted until half time break.
After the break, both teams tried to push forward in search for more goals, but unfortunately none of them were able to convert their goal scoring opportunities as that game ended in a slender lead for Watford. That win means that the home side are still sitting in that mid-table 13th spot with 38 points, while their opponent sat 18th in current standings with only 33 points from 30 games.