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EFL: Bristol City vs Coventry

After 9 long years, Coventry City had the opportunity to return to the English First Division playground. However, with the strength of a rookie, Coventry City is expected to face many difficulties on the relegation journey. Almost the end came in the first round, when the name they touch will be an ambitious Bristol City.

The owner of Bristol City is a team that is highly appreciated for its ability. Of course, the race to win a place in the top group always has the presence of this team. However, Bristol City did not play really well last season. When Bristol City only finished last season in the middle of the standings with 63 points after 17 wins, 12 draws and 17 losses. Being a long way away from the lead group, clearly requires Bristol City to look at itself in the upcoming season. The momentum of both Bristol City and Coventry is relatively impressive. With the host Bristol City, they are unbeaten in 3 matches, of which there is only 1 draw against Swindon, the rest are 2 quite overwhelming victories against opponents under the class. They also recently won the League Cup against their weak opponent, Exceter, with a score of 2-0.

It is understandable that Coventry City was underestimated before the start of the Premier League this season. When the away team is just a group that has just won the promotion in this season. Specifically, the visitors are rookie when they just won the Second Division with the top position with 67 points obtained after 34 matches played. The performance of the visitors is quite good when in the last 5 matches they won 4 wins and 1 loss. The form at the end of last season was also extremely impressive as the last 8 rounds they won 7 and drew 1. This team had a pretty good start, having just won 1-0 over Milton Keynes Dons in the match of the League Cup. However, before a Bristol City experience and bravery more. It is very difficult for Coventry City to create a seismic, especially when they lost 2 and drew 1 in the last 3 encounters with Bristol City.