Hull City Vs Coventry City Match Review

Hull City Vs Coventry City Match Review
August 26, 2022

Hull City Vs Coventry City Match Review

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On Saturday afternoon, Hull City will welcome Coventry City in an effort to recover from their first Championship loss of the season last weekend.

After several postponements because of the bad state of their surface, Coventry will now finally play their third league game of the season.

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Hull City Vs Coventry City Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Hull City 2.87 2.90 2.90
Coventry City 2.50 2.47 2.49

Hull City Vs Coventry City Tips and Prediction

Everything seemed to be going Hull’s way after a four-match unbeaten streak to start the season, which included matches against teams who were certain to be promoted.

Shota Arveladze’s desire to maintain the Tigers in the top six will be hampered by his team’s five goals conceded against a West Brom team that had previously struggled to score.

The Georgian will acknowledge that his team needs to recover on Saturday against Humberside despite the fact that they had only allowed three goals in four league games prior to the trip to The Hawthorns.

However, the Colombian needs assistance from other sources, and Arveladze will believe that a match with a Coventry team that hasn’t played much is the ideal chance for that to happen.

Everyone connected to Coventry has every right to be upset about the kind of disruption that hosting the Commonwealth Games rugby sevens competition at their home field has brought about.

The Sky Blues are now three fixtures behind many of the clubs in their division during a period of condensed scheduling due to multiple postponements.

It has not been ideal to have two weeks to think about throwing away a two-goal lead against Millwall while simultaneously watching other teams gain a lead in the standings.


Coventry will think they are playing the ideal opponents when they resume play after Hull conceded five goals last weekend. We’re going with a home victory, though, as the Tigers appear to have one of the more effective offenses at this level.