Monk has no fresh injury concerns as Blues aim for hat-trick of wins
Birmingham boss Garry Monk could name an unchanged starting line-up for the home game against Bolton.
Monk has reported no new injuries following his side’s 4-3 win at QPR on Saturday and may keep faith with the same starting XI as they chase a third straight win.
David Davies returned to the bench for the first time this season at Loftus Road after recovering from a broken ankle and should feature in the squad once again.
DefenderMarc Roberts (calf) and midfielder Charlie Lakin are Monk’s only absentees.
Bolton defender Mark Beevers could return to contention after missing the last three matches due to an Achilles injury.
Beevers resumed full training on Monday morning and will hope to feature in Phil Parkinson’s squad.
Andy Taylor will be assessed after missing Saturday’s home defeat to Preston and another defender, Jack Hobbs (Achilles), remains sidelined.
Pawel Olkowski was back as an unused substitute at the weekend after recovering from a calf strain, butJoe Williams (thigh) and Yanic Wildschut (ankle) are still out.