- Swansea won six and drew two from eight games prior to Saturday’s shock 4-1 defeat against Huddersfield.
- The Welsh outfit are unbeaten in their last dozen league matches at the Liberty Stadium, winning eight.
- Coventry have picked up just one point from their last four away trips and have lost nine of their 15 starts on the road this season.
Expect an Immediate Riposte From the Swans
Swansea suffered a real hiding at the hands of Huddersfield Town on Saturday, but Steve Cooper’s side are tipped to bounce straight back when they entertain Coventry City at the Liberty Stadium.
Few would have seen Saturday’s result coming for the Swans, who travelled to West Yorkshire on the back of six wins and two draws from their previous eight Championship matches.
Fortunately for the Welsh outfit, Brentford’s recent slump means that they’re still technically in control of the second automatic promotion place despite being fourth, as they’re just two points behind the Bees with two games in hand.
This is a must win fixture though for Cooper’s charges and it would be surprising were they not to prove too good for a Coventry side that have picked up just one point from their last four away trips. The Sky Blues upset Brentford at the weekend (2-0), though that was at St Andrews. On the road, they’ve lost nine of their 15 starts this season.
Swansea are unbeaten in 12 games at the Liberty with eight of those matches resulting in victory, so we’re readily supporting the hosts to wrap up the points cosily via a 2-0 score-line.