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i don't know if you fancy this one boys but i thought i throw it here. watch out for early kick offs and if they lets us down you can re-stake your remaining selections.

acca 2

derby

aston villa

 leeds

west brom

coventry

charlton

sheff utd

barnsley

gillingham

wimbledon

exeter

swindon

bury

mk dons

stake £15 pays £200.000

good luck

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Coventry vs Bradford

League One has a full range of matches coming at us on Good Friday and the stand-out pick in terms of value has to be the match between Coventry and Bradford that is scheduled for a 1pm kick-off at the Ricoh Arena. It's really difficult to see past a home win and it's a bet that shouldn't be ignored at this price.

Coventry have served us well so far this season. @skyblues88 will know this. Mark Robins has turned his side into a team that flirted with the prospect of a play-off push. The Sky Blues are now in 8th place and 8 points off the pace with 4 league games to go so it looks like they'll fall just short but with just 1 loss in their last 6 league matches they're not ending the season on a downer. Granted, they have only won 1 of their last 4 matches but the last game was a stunning 5-4 away win over Sunderland.

Bradford are going down without a fight. The Bantams could have their relegation confirmed here with the club bottom of the table and 9 points adrift of safety with just 4 league games left to play. Defeat here would at the very least leave them on the brink but would most likely result in them going down. It's now 6 league defeats on the bounce for Gary Bowyer's side and they should already be preparing for life in League Two next season.

Even though Coventry don't have an overly positive home record, Bradford have lost 14 of their 21 away league games this season. They've not tasted a win on the road since 29th December, 2018. Off-field issues might be blamed as a distraction for Coventry but they really should dispatch of this awful Bradford side here.

Coventry to Win @ 1.81 with MarathonBet

Coventry HT/FT @ 3.00 with BetVictor

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Something keep me away from Yeovil and Macclesfield. Smell a lost game for both of two.

I say to play on Scnuthorpe tommorow but blackpool has a full team.

I believe to the Exeters win too.

All the other match are unstable and we haven`t strong high odds values in my opinion.

Inside my club the last and stronger choice for me.

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Walsall FC vs Southend Utd

Walsall FC

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Maz Kouhyar (0/0 m), Adam Chambers (1/0 m, captain), Kory Roberts (0/0 d), Matt Jarvis (9/0 m)

Suspended: Joshua Gordon (34/6 f, 2nd top scorer)

 

Southend Utd

Doubtful: Harry Bunn (21/3 f)

Out (injuries/other): Luke Hyam (15/1 m), Jason Demetriou (23/2 m), Tom Hopper (14/7 f, 2nd top scorer), Stephen Hendrie (17/0 d), Ben Coker (16/0 d), Harry Kyprianou (1/0 m), Sam Barratt (1/0 f), Lewis Gard (0/0 m)

Suspended: -

 

Coventry City vs Bradford City

Coventry City

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Tom Bayliss (38/3 m), David Meyler (5/0 m), Jodi Jones (8/1 f), Max Biamou (4/0 f)

Suspended: -

Some unnamed players are doubtful.

 

Bradford City

Doubtful: David Ball (35/5 f, probably in)

Out (injuries/other): Kelvin Mellor (17/0 m), Calum Woods (3/0 d), Jake Reeves (0/0 m), Tyrell Robinson (2/0 f)

Suspended: -

 

Daily updated injuries and suspensions information from more then 100 football leagues and competitions worldwide at: www.injuriesandsuspensions.com

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On 4/18/2019 at 7:28 PM, StevieDay1983 said:

Coventry vs Bradford

League One has a full range of matches coming at us on Good Friday and the stand-out pick in terms of value has to be the match between Coventry and Bradford that is scheduled for a 1pm kick-off at the Ricoh Arena. It's really difficult to see past a home win and it's a bet that shouldn't be ignored at this price.

Coventry have served us well so far this season. @skyblues88 will know this. Mark Robins has turned his side into a team that flirted with the prospect of a play-off push. The Sky Blues are now in 8th place and 8 points off the pace with 4 league games to go so it looks like they'll fall just short but with just 1 loss in their last 6 league matches they're not ending the season on a downer. Granted, they have only won 1 of their last 4 matches but the last game was a stunning 5-4 away win over Sunderland.

Bradford are going down without a fight. The Bantams could have their relegation confirmed here with the club bottom of the table and 9 points adrift of safety with just 4 league games left to play. Defeat here would at the very least leave them on the brink but would most likely result in them going down. It's now 6 league defeats on the bounce for Gary Bowyer's side and they should already be preparing for life in League Two next season.

Even though Coventry don't have an overly positive home record, Bradford have lost 14 of their 21 away league games this season. They've not tasted a win on the road since 29th December, 2018. Off-field issues might be blamed as a distraction for Coventry but they really should dispatch of this awful Bradford side here.

Coventry to Win @ 1.81 with MarathonBet

Coventry HT/FT @ 3.00 with BetVictor

Sorry about the late reply mate. Both of your tips sailed in! 

Bradford were poor. If we could have finished off chances we would have been a lot more comfortable. Looks like stupid points dropped at home against poor sides may cost us a playoff place but not a bad first season back in League 1. Just a shame that it is looking increasing likely that we wont be playing home games in Coventry next season. 

 

 

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16 hours ago, skyblues88 said:

Sorry about the late reply mate. Both of your tips sailed in! 

Bradford were poor. If we could have finished off chances we would have been a lot more comfortable. Looks like stupid points dropped at home against poor sides may cost us a playoff place but not a bad first season back in League 1. Just a shame that it is looking increasing likely that we wont be playing home games in Coventry next season. 

 

 

Yeah, that is sad. Any news on where you might be playing? Even suggestions you'd be at St Andrew's?

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13 hours ago, StevieDay1983 said:

Yeah, that is sad. Any news on where you might be playing? Even suggestions you'd be at St Andrew's?

It's a joke isn't it! That a club as great as Cov, could be homeless next season. In France, grounds are owned by the local council, not some rich crook.

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15 hours ago, StevieDay1983 said:

Yeah, that is sad. Any news on where you might be playing? Even suggestions you'd be at St Andrew's?

Apparently our owners have given the EFL 2 ground share options of reportedly Butts Park Arena (where the Coventry Rugby team play) and St Andrews. Butts Park Arena would need temporary stands and stuff like that. When the EFL sanctioned our move to Northampton about 6 years ago they said they wouldn't let it get this far again, but again they've let us down. 

Tomorrow is a big game for us. If we win we are a step closer to somehow sneaking a playoff spot, if we draw or lose then it will be all but over. Portsmouth have won 6 league games in a row in addition to the Checkatrade Trophy. But we are unbeaten in 6 away league games (which include away games at Luton, Sunderland, Barnsley, Peterborough). On paper it looks like being a tight game. We also have a good record when we are live on Sky so who knows. 

 

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2 hours ago, Tiffy said:

It's a joke isn't it! That a club as great as Cov, could be homeless next season. In France, grounds are owned by the local council, not some rich crook.

You're right there!! Our city has a perfectly good stadium that we might not be able to play at! 

Our stadium is owned by London Wasps Rugby Team. Our owners (Sisu) are pursuing legal action against the Council claiming the Council sold the stadium to Wasps for about £30 million less than what it's worth. Last week Sisu lost their appeal in the Supreme Court against the original court decision. 

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On 4/21/2019 at 11:30 PM, skyblues88 said:

You're right there!! Our city has a perfectly good stadium that we might not be able to play at! 

Our stadium is owned by London Wasps Rugby Team. Our owners (Sisu) are pursuing legal action against the Council claiming the Council sold the stadium to Wasps for about £30 million less than what it's worth. Last week Sisu lost their appeal in the Supreme Court against the original court decision. 

Wow, I didn't realise that. Sounds like someone has messed up. But you sold your ground to (I presume) the council, and had an agreement to play at the RICOH? It's abysmal how clubs are treated by councils, when a sports club should be the centre of the community. Keep us posted & good luck. I think they've had a great season under the circumstances.

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