Birmingham City 0-2 Fulham
Birmingham were sent ever closer to the relegation zone after Brede Hangeland's brace secured a comprehensive win for Fulham.
The Blues managed to create only one clear chance at goal in the entire game against a Fulham side who missed a host of chances in between Hangeland's two strikes.
The opening goal came after just six minutes when the giant Norwegian rose in the box to power home Jonathan Greening's cross after a nervous start from Birmingham.
On the half hour mark, Greening picked out Bobby Zamora with a set-piece but the former West Ham striker's glancing header grazed the outside of the post.
Martin Jiranek went closest for Birmingham four minutes later as he forced a Stuart Parnaby cross towards goal with his chest. The unorthodox effort had Mark Schwarzer beaten but came back off the post.
After the break, Zamora missed two good chances before Steve Sidwell crashed a shot against the post from the right channel minutes after the restart.
The second goal did not take too long though when Greening's corner was headed goal bound by Zamora on 49 minutes. Barry Ferguson headed it off the line but it fell to Hangeland who smashed home the rebound.
The result leaves Birmingham fighting for their lives on the final day, only above the relegation zone by means of goal difference. The win for Fulham is a significant step towards a top half finish.