Coventry vs Peterborough England Championship League match on Friday, 24 September 2021, Kick-off 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET, Venue: The Coventry Building Society Arena
Team Coventry has a great chance of maintaining its good form and taking its sixth win of the season on Friday night when they welcome newly-promoted Peterborough to the championship opener on Matchday 9.
Coventry is one of the nicest surprises of the first half of the season in English football’s second division.
They have the best defensive record in the competition (along with front runners AFC Bournemouth), scoring six goals in their first eight games.
Five wins in eight rounds keep them fourth, just two points behind Bournemouth at the top of the table.
Mark Robins’ men play the home game against Peterborough after two wins and one draw in the last three rounds of the league.
The Sky Blues have been flawless in their backyard this season. The winner of four league games at the Coventry Building Society Arena this quarter.
They are sure to be big favorites to keep such a perfect record against Peterborough, who have suffered losses in each of their three away games this season.
So far, Unlike their rivals, who have been tough to beat this season, Peterborough has the second-worst defensive in the league.
Only Reading conceded more than his 17 goals in the first eight rounds. Posh has conceded up to ten goals in three away games, including a 6-2 disaster at Sheffield United two weeks ago.
Coventry versus Peterborough H2h:
- Coventry City can also build on tradition as they have historically won 10, drawn 4, and lost only 3 out of 17 games against The Posh.
- Team Coventry has been particularly impressive in their home games with Peterborough, taking five wins and two out of seven draws.
- Interestingly, both teams have met in each of the last five head-to-head deals.
Prediction Coventry vs Peterborough
Everything points to a comfortable night for the home team fans at the Coventry Building Society Arena on Friday. The hosts, who can show a perfect home record, meet a team that has lost all three away games in the league.
In addition, to the home win (a banker with odds of 1.66), we will support Viktor Gyokeres to score a goal at any time with an odds of 2.37. So far, the Swedish striker has been fantastic this season, scoring five goals and providing two assists in eight games.
Coventry wins by odds of 1.66
Viktor Gyokeres will score @ 2.37 points anytime.