Our forecast for this game in the Championship:
Player in the spotlight (Greg Cunningham):
Greg Cunningham is a product of Manchester City football academy. Irish footballer, who was born on January 31, 1991 in Galway, though, made no more than two appearances for Manchester City in the Premier League. After ending his loan spells with Leicester City and Nottingham Forest the defender moved to Bristol City in 2012 and he played for the Robins from 2012 to 2015.
Creg Cunningham achieved success in winning the Football League Trophy while playing for Bristol City during the 2014/2015 season. However, he later transferred to Preston North End. The Irish player has become a key member of the Preston team and was named captain on July 24, 2017.
Regarding his time playing for his country, Greg Cunningham appeared in his first game for the Republic of Ireland on May 28, 2010, where they defeated Algeria 3-0. While his primary role is as a left-back, he also has the ability to play as a centre-back if necessary.
Highlighted Team (Coventry):
Coventry City, also known as the Sky Blues, is a professional soccer team in England that participates in League One. They were established on August 13, 1883 as Singers FC and don sky blue uniforms for home games, while their away kit is white.
Aston Villa and Leicester City are recognized as the primary competitors of the club, but they also have a rivalry with other West Midlands teams such as Wallasall and Burton Albion. Although Coventry City has not yet won the Premier League title, they made a strong performance in the 1986/1987 season by reaching the FA Cup final and defeating Charlton Athletic in a two-legged match. The team shares their stadium with Birmingham City, as both clubs use St. Andrew’s Stadium as their home ground.
St. Andrew’s Stadium, constructed in December of 1906, has a capacity of 29,409 people. Coventry City’s Dion Dublin is a well-known player, having scored 61 goals in 145 league games as a legendary centre-forward for the club.