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Posted Monday, January 20th 2020

No place like home this February

City are set to host three Midlands sides amidst a packed February schedule.

Birmingham City, Derby County and West Bromwich Albion will all be making the trip to BS3 next month, as the business end of the campaign begins to set in.

The Blues will be first up at Ashton Gate for the evening encounter on Friday, 7th (7.45pm) before the Rams rock up for another under-the-lights showdown on Wednesday, 12th (7.45pm).

Then on Saturday 22nd (3pm), Lee Johnson's men will welcome Slaven Bilic's Baggies.

Secure your Ashton Gate seat

On top of these three home fixtures, City travel away to QPR, Leeds United, Huddersfield Town and end the month away to Millwall, as the race for the Sky Bet Championship play-offs will no doubt begin to intensify.

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