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Gary Rowett fires relegation message to Birmingham City players before do-or-die Norwich match

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After the draw with Huddersfield Town, Gary Rowett urged his players to give Birmingham City a chance to survive on the last day of the season.

The Blues are in danger of dropping to League One after squandering yet another chance at John Smith’s Stadium. The last-day match at St Andrew’s vs Norwich City is crucial.

In addition to defeating Norwich, Rowett’s team must hope that Hull City, Sunderland, or Leicester City will grant them a favor. The three aforementioned teams play Blackburn Rovers (19th), Sheffield Wednesday (20th), and Plymouth Argyle (21st) in order of the Blues’ relegation rivals.

There will be a packed house at St Andrew’s, and the question is whether the Blues players can take the strain of playing in a match they really need to win. “We’ll see,” Rowett remarked.

This is an additional chance for you to play in a challenging match versus Norwich. We played exceptionally well in a tough encounter against Coventry. Because of our fans, we frequently play at home with a little bit more vigour and quality.

We are certain that there will be a packed house and a fantastic atmosphere. We will need to handle the circumstance with great character.

“We’ll check to see whether we can accomplish it. If not, the result is known. We give ourselves a chance if we do. In these seven games that we have been here for, that is all that we have needed to accomplish.

“We have improved defensively and have been competitive, but we still need to play better to win football games.”

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