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In a highly anticipated Championship clash, Coventry City and Bristol City are set to face off at the Coventry Building Society Arena on Tuesday night. After both teams navigated FA Cup replays last Friday, they are now back in the league, each aiming to secure crucial points in their top-six pursuit.
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Coventry City, led by manager Mark Robins, showcased resilience in the FA Cup against Sheffield Wednesday, earning a replay in a thrilling encounter. The debut of midfielder Dane Victor Torp added flair, with his sensational long-range strike providing a glimpse of his potential impact. As they eye a clash with Maidstone United in the next FA Cup round, Coventry’s focus shifts back to the Championship.
Despite early-season challenges following key departures, including Gyokeres and Hamer, Coventry found their stride. Recent signings like Haji Wright and Tatsuhiro Sakamoto have been instrumental, propelling them to sixth in the Championship. With three consecutive league victories in the new year, Coventry is on a nine-game unbeaten run, poised to continue their ascent up the table.
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Bristol City secured a spot in the FA Cup fifth round after a goalless draw against Nottingham Forest. However, their Championship form has hit a stumbling block with four winless matches. Scott Twine’s debut goal against Watford provided a glimmer of hope, but the team faces challenges in finding the net consistently, scoring only three goals in seven matches this year.
The departure of Alex Scott in the summer has prompted Bristol City to focus on young talents in the January transfer window. With the likes of Taylor Gardner-Hickman and Josh Stokes arriving, manager Liam Manning aims to build for the future while addressing the immediate need for attacking prowess.
Coventry’s top scorer Haji Wright is sidelined with a groin injury, paving the way for alternatives like Matt Godden and Ellis Simms in the attack. Torp, after a dazzling debut, could make his Championship bow, possibly partnering with Ben Sheaf in midfield. Defenders Milan van Ewijk and Bobby Thomas are likely to return to the starting XI.
Bristol City faces absences with Mark Sykes nursing a hamstring strain, and Kal Naismith recovering from a similar issue. Twine, following his impactful debut, is expected to feature prominently, while Anis Mehmeti could add attacking flair in Sykes’ absence.
Coventry City: Collins; Van Ewijk, Thomas, Kitching, Bidwell; Sakamoto, Sheaf, Eccles, Palmer, O’Hare; Simms
Bristol City: O’Leary; Tanner, Vyner, Dickie; McCrorie, Williams, James, Pring, Knight, Twine; Conway
Coventry’s impressive home form, coupled with Bristol City’s struggles in front of goal, suggests a comfortable win for the hosts. With nine goals in their last two home matches, Coventry aims to extend their unbeaten run in style.
Prediction: Coventry 2-0 Bristol City
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