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Blackpool vs Coventry Prediction, Tips & Stats

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            Both Teams To Score

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            Blackpool vs Coventry Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Blackpool will look to keep up their winning form after registering their best win of the season last time out against Queens Park Rangers with Coventry City up next at Bloomfield Road with the away side aiming for the top half of the table.

            Blackpool smashed QPR 6-1 last time out, and although this still keeps them in the relegation zone, it does mean they head into this one with about as much confidence as they've had all season long.

            Jerry Yates netted a penalty after three minutes in that game, as Curtis Nelson and Andy Lyons made it 3-0 before the 15th minute. Lyons added another into the second half, as Jordan Thorniley and Kenny Dougall scored a goal each to make it six. Quite incredibly, the Tangerines only had eight shots on target that day and saw just 38% of the ball.

            Despite such an excellent win, Blackpool are guarunteed to remain in the bottom three regardless of a win here, as the gap still sits at four points on Cardiff City in 21st place. The Tangerines have also let in 54 goals still, which is the third-most in the league.

            As for Coventry, they've drawn 1-1 with Hull City and Wigan Athletic in the past seven days, although they did manage to defeat Huddersfield Town 4-0 at the start of the month in what was one of their past results of the season. In fact, they have managed to put together an eight-game unbeaten run since their loss to West Bromwich Albion at the start of February, beating the likes of Rotherham United, Millwall, Huddersfield and Sunderland in this time.

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            Coventry team news

            Viktor Gyokeres netted once more in the last outing and will start here. The club have not picked up any new injuries lately, and Jon Panzo and Brooke Norton-Cuffy may come into the starting XI here.

            Blackpool team news

            Keshi Anderson missed the 6-1 win over QPR and he could remain on the bench after such a sensational win. The game was just a few days ago, however, so we could see the likes of Sonny Carey and Kenny Dougall come into the side and Josh Bowler may also get some more minutes here.

            Ian Poveda has missed the last few games and could get a run out here. There are no new injuries picked up in the win over QPR, however, we will likely see Andy Lyons carry on in his right-wing role after two goals in that game, as C.J Hamilton, Charlie Pationo and Fiorini remain in midfield. Josh Yates and Rogers should stay in the side here.

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