Lineups

Coventry City

( 4-4-2 )

  • 1. M. Maroši

  • 15. D. Hyam

  • 21. S. McCallum

    79'
  • 5. K. McFadzean

  • 4. M. Rose

  • 26. J. Shipley Goal

    64'
  • 11. C. O'Hare

  • 18. R. Giles

  • 14. B. Sheaf

  • 8. J. Allen

  • 24. M. Godden

Substitutes

  • 13. B. Wilson

  • 2. L. Oestigaard

  • 16. J. Pask

    79'
  • 6. L. Kelly

    64'
  • 9. M. Biamou

  • 20. A. Bakayoko

  • 33. G. Kastaneer

England - Championship

56' J. Bidwell 56' Yellow Card 56'  J. Bidwell 19' J. Shipley 19' Goal 19'   Shipley J. Shipley 41' A. Ayew 41' Goal 41'   Ayew A. Ayew
Coventry City

Coventry City

1 - 1

Swansea City

Swansea City

  • 19
    1 - 0
  • 41'
    1 - 1
  • HT
    1 - 1
  • Date: 20/10/2020
  • Time: 19:45
  • Venue: St. Andrew´s Stadium
  • Referee: Keith Stroud
Coventry City v Swansea City - Preview

Date published: 10/19/2020 10:16:23 PM

Coventry City v Swansea City - Preview

Injury problems mount for Coventry ahead of visit of Swansea

Coventry boss Mark Robins remains without several players for Tuesday’s clash with promotional hopefuls Swansea.

Striker Tyler Walker is self-isolating after testing positive for coronavirus, while defenders Fankaty Dabo and Julien Dacosta remain sidelined.

Gus Hamer continues his suspension and Jodi Jones is a long-term absentee.

Captain Liam Kelly was an unused substitute at the weekend, while Will Bapaga is back in training. Marcel Hilssner and Wes Jobello have both played for the under-23s as they near a return.

Swansea manager Steve Cooper has plenty of new options after taking the number of summer signings to 10 before last week’s deadline.

Ryan Bennett could make his debut after joining on-loan from Wolves to replace Tottenham-bound Joe Rodon.

Fellow defender Joel Latibeaudiere will also hope to be involved after arriving from Manchester City.

Midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White remains sidelined.

 

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Match Information

  • Championship
  • Round 6
  • St. Andrew´s Stadium
  • Keith Stroud
  • 20 Oct, 19:45

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Lineups

Coventry City
(4-4-2)
Swansea City
(4-4-2)
  • 1. M. Maroši

  • 15. D. Hyam

  • 21. S. McCallum

    79'
  • 5. K. McFadzean

  • 4. M. Rose

  • 26. J. Shipley Goal

    64'
  • 11. C. O'Hare

  • 18. R. Giles

  • 14. B. Sheaf

  • 8. J. Allen

  • 24. M. Godden

Substitutes

  • 13. B. Wilson

  • 2. L. Oestigaard

  • 16. J. Pask

    79'
  • 6. L. Kelly

    64'
  • 9. M. Biamou

  • 20. A. Bakayoko

  • 33. G. Kastaneer

  • 1. F. Woodman

  • 23. C. Roberts

  • 2. R. Bennett

  • 24. J. Bidwell Yellow Card

  • 44. B. Cabango

  • 5. M. Guehi

  • 8. M. Grimes

  • 7. K. Smith

  • 10. A. Ayew Goal

  • 9. J. Lowe

    65'
  • 14. V. Gyökeres

    46'

Substitutes

  • 13. S. Benda

  • 26. K. Naughton

  • 6. J. Fulton

    46'
  • 45. K. Palmer

  • 3. R. Manning

  • 21. Y. Dhanda

  • 20. L. Cullen

    65'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Swansea City vs Coventry City

There is a 37.1% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw Swansea City, at 37.5%, are solid favorites to beat Coventry City who have a 25.4% chance at home.
Overall, the average simulation score is Swansea City 0.9 to Coventry City 0.6.
In simulation wins, Coventry City upsets Swansea City by averaging 5.4 shots and 2.2 shots on goal.
They average 1.5 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.2 in simulation losses.

Coventry City v Swansea City

    Coventry City 1 - 1 Swansea City - Match Report

    Date published: 10/21/2020 1:15:36 PM

    Coventry City 1 - 1 Swansea City - Match Report

    Andre Ayew earns Swansea a point at Coventry after Jordan Shipley opener

    Coventry claimed a hard-fought point against Swansea in a 1-1 draw at St Andrew’s.

    The Sky Blues took the lead through Jordan Shipley but were pegged back by an Andre Ayew equaliser shortly before half time.

    Shipley bagged his first goal of the season to put Coventry ahead on 19 minutes.

    Sam McCallum managed to capitalise when he picked up an under-hit pass from Matt Grimes. The on-loan Norwich man played through Matt Godden down the right, who pulled one back to an incoming Shipley on the edge of the box.

    Shipley showed calmness to side foot an effort past Freddie Woodman and in off the post.

    Shipley then almost turned supplier 10 minutes before half time. A swift counter attacking move down Coventry’s left allowed Shipley space to put a delightful chip into the box which Godden brought down well on his chest, but his half-volley was saved by Woodman.

    But it was Swansea who managed to grab the next goal with an equaliser on 42 minutes through Ayew.

    A superb defence splitting pass from Grimes, atoning for the error which led to the opener, found a sprinting Jake Bidwell who had to slide to cut back for Ayew. The forward skipped past a defender and slotted past Marko Marosi.

    The Swans carried the momentum of the goal into the second half in terms of possession but it was Callum O’Hare who nearly restored Coventry’s lead on 70 minutes.

    He latched onto a misplaced pass in the Swansea box but Woodman reacted quickly to thwart the midfielder.

    The Swans nearly went close themselves moments later as a long-range bending effort from Marc Guehi had Marosi scrambling.

    Marosi was in action again shortly after, clearing a whipped in cross only to see the ball fall to Korey Smith who couldn’t find the target from the edge of the box.

    Coventry will be scratching their heads wondering how they didn’t grab a win late on. Some last ditch defending saw Connor Roberts clear a Ryan Giles shot off the line – in the melee after O’Hare saw his header glance off the post after a Ben Sheaf cross.

    Despite Coventry showing more attacking impetus in a game low on many real chances, they had to settle for a draw – something they will be disappointed with considering late opportunities in the game to grab all three points.

    Lineups

    Swansea City

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 1. F. Woodman

    • 23. C. Roberts

    • 2. R. Bennett

    • 24. J. Bidwell Yellow Card

    • 44. B. Cabango

    • 5. M. Guehi

    • 8. M. Grimes

    • 7. K. Smith

    • 10. A. Ayew Goal

    • 9. J. Lowe

      65'
    • 14. V. Gyökeres

      46'

    Substitutes

    • 13. S. Benda

    • 26. K. Naughton

    • 6. J. Fulton

      46'
    • 45. K. Palmer

    • 3. R. Manning

    • 21. Y. Dhanda

    • 20. L. Cullen

      65'