On Saturday, December 17, Coventry City will play Swansea City at the Coventry Building Society Arena in round 23 of the EFL Championship. Since 2008, the Swans’ last ten meetings with the hosts have all ended in defeat, so the hosts are looking to win this weekend.
In the Championship, Coventry was knocked to the ground when they lost 1-0 to Reading last weekend. Before that, they had won four times, including a 2-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers on November 12, their last game before the 2022 FIFA World Cup break. Coventry, with 29 points from 20 games, is 15th in the standings.
In the meantime, Swansea keeps on striving in the association, as they were beaten 1-0 by Norwich City at home on Saturday. They have now recorded four draws and two losses in their last six Championship games. Swansea is level on points with Queens Park Rangers, who are in ninth place, with 31 points from 22 games.
With only two points separating the two teams in the middle of the table, both teams should compete for all three points. Coventry should continue their solid home run by claiming all three points, as they have been nearly impenetrable recently.
Prediction: Coventry City 2-1 Swansea City
The outcomes have been divided directly into halves in the last 33 gatherings among Coventry and Swansea. Since their first meeting in April 1915, both teams have won 12 games, splitting the spoils nine times.
Since 2008, Swansea has not lost to Coventry in ten of their last ten meetings. They are currently riding a three-game winning streak against them. Coventry has won three of their last six games at home and is unbeaten in five of those games, winning four and drawing one. Since October, Swansea has lost two of their last six Championship games, drawing four and losing two.
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