Our prediction for this Championship match:
Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium will host Saturday’s football match between QPR and Coventry City. The Hoops aim to extend their unbeaten run to five games, and they are surely capable of matching the Sky Blues at home ground. Both Thomas and Dozzell are likely to drop to the bench, with Ball and Adomah pushing for a start. The good news for the hosts is that midfielder Moses Odubajo returns from suspension.
Coventry City, on the other hand, head into the match following back-to-back wins over Blackpool and Reading, but seeing that they are not regarded as good travelers, we are tempted to put our money on the capital club. Jamie Allen should be recalled to the starting XI after scoring as a substitute in the 2-1 win over Reading, while Eccles, Kelly, and Walker are all likely to miss the game with injuries.
Highlighted Player (Tom Carroll):
Tom Carroll is a professional English footballer who plays for Swansea City as a midfielder. The 177-cm tall is a product of Tottenham football academy and it has to be noted that he made 27 appearances for Spurs at senior level, scoring one goal. He found the net in a 3-0 win over Norwich City in the 2015/2016 season.
After ending his loan spells with the likes of Leyton Orient, Derby County and Queens Park Rangers, Tom Carroll signed a permanent deal with the Swans in the winter of 2017. Tom Carroll has 17 caps for England U21 team, but he has yet to make his debut for the senior team.
His main position is central midfield, but he is capable of playing as both left and right midfielder as well. Tom Carroll’s preferred foot is left and his contract with the Welsh outfit should expire on June 30, 2020.
Highlighted Team (Coventry):
Nicknamed the Sky Blues, Coventry City are an English football club that compete in the League One. Coventry City, who were founded on August 13, 1883 as Singers FC, wear sky blue kit when playing on home soil, whilst their away colour is white.
Aston Villa and Leicester City are considered the club’s main rivals, but they have rivalry with fellow West Midlands clubs Wallsall and Burton Albion as well. Coventry City have yet to win the Premier League trophy, but they did well to go all the way in the FA Cup in the 1986/1987 season, with the team beat Charlton Athletic in the two-legged final. They share stadium with Birmingham City, with both clubs playing their home games at St. Andrew’s Stadium.
Built in December, 1906, St. Andrew’s Stadium can hold up to 29,409 spectators. Dion Dublin is one of the most famous Coventry City players, with the legendary centre-forward scoring 61 goals in 145 appearances for the club in the league.