Four fit for Blues
Birmingham manager Lee Clark hopes to have a number of key players back available in time for the visit of Leeds to St Andrew's.
Manchester City starlet Emyr Huws is expected to play despite injuring his head against Blackburn on Monday while Tom Adeyemi (groin) could return to the fold having missed the Easter period.
Jonathan Spector (ankle) should be available and Lee Novak (Knee) has declared himself fit despite being expected to miss the remainder of the season but Peter Lovenkrands (ankle), Will Packwood (hamstring) and Brian Howard (quad) are all doubts.
Paul Robinson will serve the second game of his three-match ban having picked up 15 yellow cards this season.
Leeds defenders Stephen Warnock, Sam Byram and Marius Zaliukas will play no part.
Warnock sustained an ankle injury in Monday's home defeat to Nottingham Forest and was replaced by Danny Pugh, with the latter and Aidy White both coming into contention.
Right-back Byram has missed the last four games due to a hamstring injury and Zaliukas is still struggling with the knock that kept him out against Forest.
Winger Jimmy Kebe (hamstring) remains sidelined, but midfield pair Michael Tonge and Michael Brown are both expected to shake off niggles.