Blues will look to make it back-to-back home victories as they entertain a struggling Rotherham United on Saturday afternoon.

The visitors sit 23rd in the Championship and six games without a win.

Managerless Rotherham will be led into the game by their caretaker manager, Wayne Carlisle, who impressively earned a point against high-flyers Leeds United last weekend.

After defeat at Ewood Park on Wednesday, a return to St Andrew’s may be just what the side needs to get back to winning ways after losing just one home game all season.

The first half saw Blues hit the bar, yet the score remained goalless at the break.

In the second half, after conceding three goals in just twelve minutes, Blues had an uphill battle to take anything from the game.

Despite the hope that Siriki Dembele’s brace gave Blues, they conceded a fourth as they searched for an equalizer.

As we enter the month of December, the matches are going to come thick and fast for the Blues, with seven games scheduled before the end of the month.

The last five Championship meetings between both sides have resulted in three Blues wins and one draw.

With just one win in their last five games, Saturday afternoon would be a perfect way to kickstart a potential winning run which they desperately need.

With Rotherham losing eight of their nine away matches this season, a victory must be the target for Blues.