Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the Coventry Building Society Arena comes in the form of a Coventry City victory over Queens Park Rangers, to nil.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £38 with Betway.
Two sides in the midst of altogether contrasting spells of recent form are set to lock horns in a Championship clash at the Coventry Building Society Arena on Saturday, November 12th.
The matchup in question will see the ever-improving Coventry City play host to Queens Park Rangers.
First, let’s take a look at the recent efforts of the former.
Coventry, after a dismal opening to the campaign, have long established themselves as one of the in-form sides in England’s 2nd tier.
All told, Mark Robins’ troops have notched wins in six of their last eight, including three on the spin since the beginning of the month.
The Sky Blues’ latest triumph came in midweek, when a home meeting with struggling Wigan Athletic gave rise to an eventual 2-0 scoreline.
Hitman Viktor Gyokeres, meanwhile, was on target once more, to make it two in two, and take his tally for the season to a none-too-shabby total of seven goals.
Coventry, as a result, have climbed to an impressive 12th spot in the Championship table, in the knowledge that wins in their two games in hand, remarkably, could guide Robins and co, into the thick of the promotion playoff battle.
Safe to say, then, that Saturday’s hosts will head into proceedings in the west Midlands with spirits high in the camp.
The very opposite, on the other hand, can be said of upcoming opponents Queens Park Rangers.
The Hoops, of course, had continued to defy the odds up until late last month, in positioning themselves amongst the main contenders for promotion to the top-flight.
The last fortnight, however, has seen Michael Beale’s men brought crashing back down to earth.
This comes owing to a frankly alarming run of just one point secured from an available twelve.
The capital outfit’s most recent showing proved perhaps most concerning at all, as an ideal chance to return to winning ways at home to bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield Town ultimately culminated in a 2-1 defeat.
QPR, as a result, have slipped to 6th in the Championship standings, aware that a 4th defeat in five this weekend could see them plummet to the depths of mid-table.
We at 101, though, are nevertheless backing hosts Coventry to keep alive their stellar recent stretch of results on Saturday afternoon, at the expense of the faltering Rs.