Birmingham City v Hull City team news - 11 out and 2 doubts

Latest injury and team news ahead of Birmingham City v Hull City in the FA Cup - including an update on Liam Delap.

Birmingham City and Hull City meet at St Andrew's in an FA Cup third round replay.

The two sides could not be separated earlier this month as the two played to a 1-1 draw at the MKM Stadium. Lukas Jutkiewicz opened the scoring for Blues but Matty Jacob equalised for the hosts with three minutes remaining. Birmingham had Steve Spooner in charge in what was the first game after Wayne Rooney's sacking and since then Tony Mowbray has been appointed.

Mowbray oversaw a 2-2 draw with Swansea City on Saturday, as Wales international Jordan James rescued a point with a 95th minute equalier. Harry Darling opened the scoring for Swansea before Siriki Dembele equalised and then Jamal Lowe restored the Welsh sides lead before James ensured Mowbray wouldn't be losing in his first game in charge.

The fourth round draw has already been conducted and the winner of this tie will face a trip to the King Power Arena to face Leicester City on the weekend of Saturday, January 27. Neither the third-round replay or the fourth round tie have been chosen for television coverage by the BBC or ITV.

Birmingham and Hull City have already met at St Andrew's this season with Liam Rosenior's side winning 2-0 back in October. Manchester City loanee Liam Delap opeend the scoring and then former Aston Villa youngster Jaden Philogene ensured an away win for the Tigers. Neither Delap or Philogene will play on Tuesday night owing to injuries. Here's the latest injury and team news from both the Birmingham City and the Hull City camps.

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