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BETTING PREVIEW - Coventry City slight underdogs to win their midlands derby against Walsall tomorrow

28 November 2014

Sky Blues 8/5 to beat the Saddlers and make it two wins in two games following their 1-0 win at Colchester United last Saturday…

Coventry City take on Walsall in a SkyBet League One clash at the Ricoh Arena tomorrow, and SkyBet have all the odds covered if you fancy a bet on the action.

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The Sky Blues are 8/5 to record their second win in two games, with the Saddlers priced at 7/4. The draw is available at 11/5, which shows that the bookies think this game will be very even.

Over 2.5 goals is marked up at a sizeable 11/10, which indicates that a cagey game could be on offer. Alternatively, under 2.5 goals can be found at 4/6.

If you fancy putting money down on the winning margin then you can get some decent prices with all odds against. City to win by exactly one goal is 3/1, with two goals at 15/2 and three or more available at a whopping 14/1.

The goalscoring odds are interesting, as the hero of the hour at Colchester Gary Madine does not feature as favourite for the Sky Blues. Frank Nouble is 6/1 favourite to break the deadlock, with Josh McQuoid and Simeon Jackson at 13/2. Shaun Miller, Gary Madine and Marcus Tudgay are all 7/1.

For the Saddlers Tom Bradshaw is the man in form and he is 6/1 to open his account. Former City player Mathieu Manset is 7/1, the same price as Jordan Cook and Ashley Grimes. Romaine Sawyers is found at 8/1.

It promises to be a fascinating clash at the Ricoh and I fancy Madine to continue his form of two goals in four games as City look to push themselves up the SkyBet League One table.

HotTip: Gary Madine to score in 90 minutes - 12/5

The Longshot:

ManchesterUnited to beat Hull - 30/100

Bournemouth to beat Millwall - 8/13

MKDons to beat Colchester - 4/6

Bury to beat DagenhamandRedbridge - 4/7

Luton to beat Mansfield - 19/20

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