Brum have a few injury worries ahead of the visit of the Real Super Blues. Trevor Francis is struggling as is Tony Capaldi, but Jim Blyth is back in goal for the Midlanders.
I am bored that's all, I send out questions to a couple of Brum sites, yer know interesting stuff like who are your danger men, were will you finish, your favourite cheese normal stuff like that, and the abuse I get is terrible.
Never mind, Brum are without the suspended Craig Gardner as he starts his three-match ban following his sending-off against Wigan last weekend.
Keith Fahey is expected to be recalled to the left-side of midfield, along with the snarling little shite Lee Bowyer.
Moyesy rates Brum, and his opposite number Alex McLeish. They are unbeaten at home in over a year now, so we have our work cut out with this one, oh joy.
Moyesy said: "I would say that probably the two clubs out there who are best placed to push those at the top of the league are Birmingham and maybe Fulham.
Alex has got himself a team that is hard to beat, especially at home and we found that last year. In fact both home and away it was tough, we were in front in one and they were in front in one. They were very tight games.
He has done a job his own way. I would not say he has followed Everton or David Moyes. He has done the best job he can for Birmingham City.
They have brought in players from the lower leagues and there is a hunger about them, a determination to prove them at the higher level.
They have some really good footballers. Barry Ferguson and Hleb are really good players. So I think Alex is trying to evolve his style - a little bit like what has happened here.
Their style will change by the introduction of players and that will happen, but the key point for them is being tough to beat. They don't give much away at the back."