Birmingham defender Franck Queudrue rates the club's chances of staying up as 50/50.
Birmingham's Premier League fate will be decided at the weekend when they host Blackburn, whilst relegation rivals Reading and Fulham face away trips to Derby and Portsmouth respectively.
The French defender, who blamed himself for both Fulham's goals which gave them victory at Craven Cottage and helped them above The Blues in the table, thinks City still have a good chance of beating the drop.
"We still have a chance. They are both away from home, we are at home. I think the odds are 50-50," he told the Birmingham Mail.
"Blackburn are a good away team as well. We will see.
"As a team we never give up and we will give everything we can, as we always do at St Andrew's."
Queudrue also accepted responsibility for Fulham's goals in the 2-0 defeat.
"It was a set-piece again," said Queudrue of Brian McBride's first goal.
"McBride was my player. I just got my shirt pulled by Brede Hengeland as the ball came in and it gave McBride a couple of yards and it was enough to give him a free header. I had just come on and I was watching McBride and I was following him but, in those two yards, I lost the ball and it gave him the two yards.
"For the second goal, when you are 1-0 down you don't try to kick it, you try to play properly but it was just a mis-header. It led to Nevland's goal and from there, there was no coming back. I hold my hands up; I take the responsibility for the goals.
"At least we have a chance next week to do something because we are at home and both Reading and Fulham are away. I hope that the fans will be there for us at St Andrew's and respond for us.
"We have dropped points at home against Sunderland and against West Ham United. If you add up those points, we would have been okay.
"It isn't just this game, it is the whole season. We have not defended very well this season from set pieces, but we have to get it right for the last game of the season.
"We have a good home record so we need to keep that and take the three points, which is the only result we can take."