Norwich City vs Coventry City Match Review


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Norwich City vs Coventry City Match Review
September 2, 2022

Norwich City vs Coventry City Match Review

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On Saturday, Norwich City will host Coventry City at Carrow Road in pursuit of a fifth straight league victory and the chance to climb to the top of the Championship standings.

The Canaries recently defeated Birmingham City to climb into second place with 13 points from seven games, while their opponents are at the bottom of the division with just four games played and a winless record.

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Norwich City vs Coventry City Tips and Prediction

After being demoted last season, Norwich City is attempting to immediately return to the Premier League this year. However, they have had a sluggish start to the Championship season, earning just one point from their first three games after losing to Cardiff City and Hull City and drawing with Wigan Athletic.

But since then, Dean Smith’s team has appeared to be picking up steam. First, they defeated Huddersfield Town with goals from Joshua Sargent and Danel Sinani, then defeated Millwall at Carrow Road with goals from the former two players.

The Norfolk team traveled to Sunderland last weekend in an effort to win their third straight game, but they were successful thanks to Sargent’s game-winning goal. This week, they will travel to Birmingham City.

Early in the second half of that game, Scott Hogan gave their opponents the lead. However, Andrew Omobamidele quickly pulled Norwich even, and after it appeared that the teams would share the points, Onel Hernandez popped up with a winner in the 93rd minute to move Norwich into the top two at this early stage of the season.

Smith’s team will aim to move up to the top of the division with what would be a fifth straight victory this weekend after establishing an incredible run of success in England’s second tier.

After a difficult start to the season in which their first three home league games were postponed due to pitch concerns, they visit a Coventry City team that is battling at the opposite end of the table.

As a result, their first three Championship games were all away; following a draw on the opening day at Sunderland, Mark Robins’ team would go on to lose to Millwall at the Den after a two-goal lead through Kyle McFadzean and Matt Godden was erased and a late winner for their hosts by George Saville.

A hat-trick from Oscar Estupinan prevented them from moving off a single point in the subsequent match, which they lost 3-2 away at Hull City. Only then were the Sky Blues given the all-clear to host their first league game of the year on Wednesday.

Although it was somewhat predictable, Robins’ team was unable to break down Preston North End, who managed to score an elusive goal through Emil Riis Jakobsen to claim all three points. Preston North End had kept six straight clean sheets while only scoring one goal.

Coventry will be anxious to end their wait for a league win but face a difficult test at Carrow Road given their slim points record, despite having games in hand on every other Championship side.


It is tough to imagine the Sky Blues leaving Carrow Road with a victory on Saturday given the disparity in quality and form between the two teams.

The Canaries have won their last two close games by quickly gaining momentum and finding a way to win, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see a slightly easier triumph at home.