In that game, Stoke City had 53% of the control and 11 of their 26 shots on goal were on goal. Jacob Brown (6′), Tyrese Campbell (40′), Will Smallbone (71′), and Ki-Jana Hoever (77′) scored the goals for Stoke City.
Coventry City, their adversaries, had 15 attempts total, with 6 of those being on goal. In their previous six games, Alex Neil’s Stoke City have tallied a total of 13 goals. There have been five goals tallied against them during those contests.
Stoke City has won their last two home league games without a loss coming into this one. Bristol City and Reading drew 1-1 in the previous encounter in the Championship.
In that game, Bristol City had 67% of the possession and 7 of its 18 attempts on goal were successful. Tommy Conway (45′) was the lone scorer for Bristol City. Reading made 7 efforts at goal, scoring on 2 of them. Reading’s goal came from Lucas Joo (72′).
In their last six games, Bristol City’s strikers have only managed to score three goals, which is an unsatisfactory result. The opponents of The Robins in those games scored a cumulative total of six goals against them.
According to an analysis of their prior results, Bristol City has won all four of their league games against Stoke City when they have faced each other away from home.
These encounters have been extremely entertaining for visiting supporters, who have lost their last five league games away from home.
Stoke vs Bristol City – Betting Analysis
A look at their most recent head-to-head encounters, which date back to July 15, 2020, reveals that Stoke City has won two of them and Bristol City has won three, with one match being drawn.
Between the two teams during those matches, 11 goals were tallied, with 5 for The Potters and 6 for The Robins. This results in an average of 1.83 goals scored per contest.
The teams’ most recent division meeting took place on Championship Match Day 23 on December 17, 2022, with Bristol City defeating Stoke City 1-2.
On that instance, Bristol City had 51% of the ball and 14 shots, of which 5 were on goal. Nahki Wells (33′) was the only member of their team to register a goal.
Stoke City’s 6 attempts on goal, 3 of which were on target, came from the other end. Jacob Brown (57′) and Liam Delap (45′) both tallied. Geoff Eltringham served as the umpire for the game.
Before this match, Stoke City manager Alex Neil has absolutely no concerns about his or her fitness and has access to a completely healthy roster.
The 4-2-3-1 formation, which includes Jack Bonham, Ki-Jana Hoever, Phil Jagielka, Ben Wilmot, Dujon Sterling, Josh Laurent, Ben Pearson, Nick Powell, William Smallbone, Tyrese Campbell, and Jacob Brown, is what we believe The Potters should employ for this match.
Nigel Pearson, the Bristol City manager, has no worries about his team’s physical condition going into this game because he has a fully healthy group to choose from.
With Max O’Leary, George Tanner, Zak Vyner, Cameron Pring, Jay Dasilva, Matty James, Andreas Weimann, Tommy Conway, Omar Taylor-Clarke, Anis Mehmeti, and Nahki Wells as their starting lineup, we believe that The Robins are most likely to use a 4-2-3-1 formation to open the game.
We believe Bristol City will have enough opportunities to score against Stoke City in this game, but those chances may not be as numerous as the goals Stoke City could allow.
What are the best odds for the game?
Looking at what the bookmakers’ view is of this game on the 90-minute result market, backing Stoke City can be had for 1.8, betting on the draw is 3.7 and putting your money on victory for Bristol City gets 4.74. Those are the best of the returns on offer at the current time.
Stoke vs Bristol City – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Home Win or Draw