MIDDLESBROUGH'S Championship game against Birmingham City has been rearranged for Tuesday, March 12.

The trip to St Andrew's was initially scheduled to take place last Saturday but the game had to be postponed after the Blues reached the fourth round of the FA Cup.

The rearranged date has now been confirmed, with kick-off at 7.45pm. Ticket details will be available in due course.

The game will fall between Boro's trip to QPR and a home game against Blackburn.


The St Andrew's trip will be a reunion with former boss Tony Mowbray, who replaced Wayne Rooney as Birmingham boss earlier this month. Mowbray has enjoyed an impressive start to life in charge, picking up four points from two league games and beating Hull in an FA Cup third round replay, before his side were knocked out by Championship leaders Leicester at the weekend.

Mowbray will also come up against former side Sunderland in February, just a couple of months on from his Stadium of Light dismissal.