Blackpool vs Coventry – After defeating Queens Park Rangers 6-1 in the Championship, Blackpool is looking to triumph again.
Blackpool had 38% of the possession in that game and made 16 shots on goal, 8 of which were successful. Jerry Yates (3′), Andy Lyons (11′, 48′), Curtis Nelson (14′), Jordan Thorniley (36′), and Kenny Dougall (88′) all scored goals for Blackpool.
Queens Park Rangers had 8 shots on goal, with 2 of them being successful. For Queens Park Rangers, the goal came from Chris Martin (43′).
Blackpool have scored eight goals in total over their previous six games under Mick McCarthy. Seven goals have been scored against them in that period, which is the corresponding number.
Blackpool hasn’t dropped a league encounter to Coventry City in their last 2 games, according to an analysis of their prior performances. They are unbeaten in their previous 6 home league encounters.
Coventry City and Wigan Athletic drew 1-1 in their previous encounter in the Championship. Coventry City had 52% of the game’s possession and 7 of its 17 attempts on goal were successful.
Viktor Gyökeres (52′) and Kyle McFadzean (83′ Own Goal) scored for Coventry City. Wigan Athletic, on the other hand, made 10 efforts at goal, with 5 of them succeeding.
The Coventry City defense has put on a string of solid performances as evidenced by the fact that they have only given up 3 goals in their last combined 6 games.
The total number of goals they have personally tallied during that time is 10. If that pattern can be maintained into this contest, we’ll find out. Coventry City has won all four of their road league games entering this matchup.
Blackpool vs Coventry – Betting Analysis
A review of their previous head-to-head matches, which date back to August 21, 2018, reveals that Blackpool has won three of them and Coventry City has won two, with one game ending in a tie.
Over the span of those games, they combined to score 15 goals, scoring 9 for The Seasiders and 6 for The Sky Blues. The average amount of goals scored per game is.
The teams’ most recent division matchup occurred on Championship Match Day 18 on October 29, 2022, with Coventry City defeating Blackpool 1-2.
Coventry City had a 55% possession rate and 5 of its 16 attempts on goal were successful. Kasey Palmer (40′) was their lone scorer.
Blackpool, on the other hand, had 17 shots on goal, with 4 of them going in. Jerry Yates (80′) and Gary Madine (53′) both tallied. Darren Bond served as the judge for the game.
There aren’t many personnel concerns; instead, Blackpool manager Mick McCarthy needs to worry only about his team’s overall health. Keshi Anderson is out with a medial collateral ligament injury.
The only fitness worry for Coventry City manager Mark Robins is due to a group of players that is largely healthy. Ben Sheaf will not play in this contest due to a calf strain.
We believe Blackpool will need to play well to be able to defeat this Coventry City squad, who we predict will score the decisive goal to win it.
What are the best odds for this match?
Looking at the bookies’ prices on the win-draw-win market, a victory for Blackpool can be had for 3.2, backing the game finishing all-square is 3.32 and betting on a win for Coventry City can get you 2.36. They are the most competitive returns that can be secured as of now.