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BETTING PREVIEW: Coventry City v Bristol City - City are underdogs with SkyBet to beat Bristol City at the Ricoh Arena tomorrow

17 October 2014

The Sky Blues are priced at 21/10 to win for the first time in six league games against the table topping Robins…

Coventry City take on Bristol City in a SkyBet League One clash tomorrow at the bookies have the away side as slight favourites going into the game.

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With not a lot of levy between the prices, City can be found at 21/10, with Bristol 6/5. The draw is available at 5/2.

In the first goalscorers market Simeon Jackson and Josh McQuoid are the understandable favourites, priced at 6/1. Shaun Miller and Marcus Tudgay are 7/1, with Mohamed Coulibaly coming into 10/1 after a series of positive attacking performances.

In the outsiders, players like Jim O'Brien at 14/1 and Aaron Philips at 16/1 may offer value.

For the visitors, Aaron Wilbraham is the Robins top scorer and he can be found at 9/2 to open the scoring and notch his ninth goal of the season. Kieran Agard is 5/1, with Jay Emmanuel-Thomas at 6/1 and Wes Burns 7/1.

The Robins have scored the most goals in the division, however City have only failed to score once at home this season. With that in mind, both teams to score in the first half looks like a good bet, as there may be goals in this game.

HOT TIP: Both teams to score in the first half - 3/1



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