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Unibet Predictions: Plymouth – Coventry Predictions and Tips For Today

Plymouth - Coventry PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, February 14, 2024.
Kick-off: 20:45 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Plymouth – Coventry
TIPS: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.56@Unibet | Result: 2:2 WIN!!!

Plymouth – Coventry Predictions and Preview

  • In spite of being cheered on by 1200 fans, mid-table Plymouth Argyle emerged from their 800 mile and 13 hour round trip to Sunderland, the longest across the entire EFL, with zero points on Saturday. After that experience, their supporters will be pleased to return to Home Park against play-off hopefuls Coventry City on Wednesday, where the Pilgrims have not lost over 90 minutes since early October (W6, D4).
  • Although they were beaten at home after extra time by Leeds United in the FA Cup last week, Plymouth have not only picked up regular points, but also entertained with seven of those ten matches yielding exactly three goals for the home side. And they may well need plenty of goals in this fixture if they are to turn around a poor record of only one win from their last six against Coventry (D1, L4).
  • With only one defeat from their last 12 league games (W7, D4), a loss record bettered only by second-placed Southampton in that period, the Sky Blues arrive in Devon enjoying another strong season after a poor start. Mark Robins’ side are also looking good in the FA Cup, with only non-league Maidstone United standing between them and just their second quarter final spot since lifting the trophy in 1987.
  • But all focus will be on the league on Wednesday, particularly as they were beaten in their last away match, a 2-1 reverse to Norwich, before beating Millwall by the same score on Sunday. And such is the competitiveness around the final play-off spots that Coventry must keep putting points on the board, as by the end of this round of fixtures they could be as high as fifth, or as low as tenth!
  • Players to watch: So far this season, Ryan Hardie has scored eight of his 12 goals at home, while across his Plymouth career, he has finished on the winning side in 25 of 29 games (D3, L1) when he has scored at Home Park. Haji Wright struck twice in the second half on Sunday and also scored in the 75th minute in the reverse H2H. In fact, the American has struck nine of his 11 goals for Coventry this season after half-time.
  • Hot stat: Only one of Coventry’s last 12 games has been goalless at half-time.