Cardiff City - Coventry predictions and free betting tips [19/09/2023]
Good day, dear readers and mates! I want to delve into the Championship. Tonight, Cardiff City will host Coventry City on their home turf. Let's peek at what we could expect from the teams and make a wager to fatten our bank. Let's crack on with this!
Cardiff City: Alnwick; Ng, Goutas, McGuinness, Collins; Siopis, Wintle; Meite, Ramsey, Grant; Ugbo.
Coventry City: Wilson; Latibeaudiere, McFadzean, Binks; Van Ewijk, Eccles, Kelly, Dasilva; Palmer; Godden, Wright.
In their last five outings, the team triumphed over three rivals. They tasted defeat against Leicester on the road in the third round (2:1). In the fourth round, they squeezed past Sheffield Wednesday. In the second round of the English League Cup, they overcame Birmingham (1:3). In the fifth round, they were bested by Ipswich Town by just a solitary goal. In the sixth round, they scored two unanswered goals against Swansea.
Out of their last five fixtures, Coventry City managed to beat only one rival. In the second round, they netted three goals against Middlesbrough without any reply. In the third round, they shared the spoils with Swansea, scoring and conceding a goal each. The fourth-round encounter with Sunderland failed to produce any goals. In the fifth round, they played out an exciting draw with Watford (3:3). In the sixth round, they drew with Hull City, both teams scoring and conceding a goal each.
Head to Head
In the last five clashes between these clubs, Coventry City managed to secure two wins. Cardiff emerged as winners twice. Their latest encounter saw the teams walk off the pitch goalless.
Cardiff, when playing at home, show commendable performance, having chalked up four victories in their last five home matches. Coventry City, on their travels, do not seem to bring anything remarkable. I would suggest placing a punt on the home side securing a win. Also, placing a wager on TU (Total Under) 2.5 given that Coventry are not very active upfront, especially on the roads, and Cardiff at home average about 1.5 goals per game.