To boot, Leicester will also be handed the Championship trophy after the game but are without Jamie Vardy and Matt James.
There is sure to be a great atmosphere as Foxes fans not only celebrate their return to the Premier League but also the career of veteran striker Kevin Phillips, 40, will retire from football after the game, after scoring 287 career goals
Some good news for Rovers is that captain Richie Wellens is back from a foot injury as they look for a win which would keep them in the Championship. Like Birmingham they have lost five of the last six games.
A draw could be enough for Rovers to escape relegation back to League One, but they must at least match Birmingham's result at Bolton.
Birmingham's owner is serving six years for money laundering, the club have been starved of cash all season and boss Lee Clarke had to virtually rebuild the side in January after losing several key loan players.
Bolton won't lie down though and have themselves been on a good run. If Rovers lose and Birmingham draw, goal difference could see the Blues stay up at Doncaster's expense. Should both Birmingham and Doncaster get a result then Millwall and even Blackpool could be dragged into the dog fight.
Blackpool just need a point at home to now safe Charlton.
At the top it is a straight fight between Reading and Brighton for the final play-off spot. Brighton need to beat Forest at the City ground and hope Reading slip up at home to promoted Burnley.
All games have a lunch time kick-off.