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Coventry City vs West Bromwich Albion betting tips: Championship preview, prediction and odds

This article provides a preview, odds and recommended bets for the Championship meeting between Coventry City and West Bromwich Albion on December 21st, 2022


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Coventry City vs West Bromwich Albion

Half-time draw and West Brom to win the game - 19/4

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Coventry City vs West Bromwich Albion

December 21, 2022

7:45 pm GMT

Our recommended bet for Wednesday’s clash at the Coventry Building Society Arena comes in the form of a half-time draw between Coventry City and West Bromwich Albion, from which the visitors emerge triumphant at full-time.

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Match preview

The sole midweek fixture in the Championship is set to play out at the Coventry Building Society Arena on Wednesday, December 21st.

The clash in question will see the division’s most in-form side, in the form of West Bromwich Albion, make the trip to England’s west Midlands.

The Baggies, of course, have proven the Championship’s headline talking point over the course of recent weeks.

This comes with Carlos Corberan’s troops, on the back of dismal opening to the campaign which saw them sucked into the thick of the relegation battle, having since turned things around in the most spectacular of fashion.

Either side of the World Cup break, West Brom have racked up no fewer than five wins on the trot, the latest of which came in dominant fashion this past weekend.

A meeting with Rotherham United at The Hawthorns ultimately gave rise to a 3-0 scoreline, owing to goals on the part of all of Jed Wallace, Grady Diangana and Brandon Thomas-Asante.

Such a fine stretch of results means that, should they go on to make it six wins from six at Coventry’s expense, then the Baggies, incredibly, will find themselves sitting in the top half of the table, with one eye on the promotion playoff battle.

Safe to say, then, that Wednesday’s hosts will have a job on their hands in the effort to emerge from proceedings with anything other than a defeat.

Unlike West Brom, Coventry have seen their form dip off of late, to the tune of just a solitary point secured from an available six.

After entering the international break brimming with confidence fresh off a quartet of successive victories, Mark Robins’ men were condemned to a returning defeat at the hands of Reading.

And this, in turn, was followed by an even more concerning collapse at home to Swansea City this past weekend.

After surging into a three-goal lead early in the 2nd-half, it appeared as though all three points were in the bag for a Coventry side primed for a swift return to winning ways.

Swansea, however, had altogether different ideas, rattling off a trio of goals of their own inside the game’s closing 25 minutes to ultimately depart with a share of the spoils.

Coventry’s own surge up the table in England’s 2nd tier, as a result, has been brought to something of a halt.

And we at 101 only envision the situation continuing to worsen for the Sky Blues on Wednesday, backing visitors West Brom to emerge victorious come the full-time whistle at the Coventry Building Society Arena.

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