Coventry – Ipswich betting tip 30.04.2024

Championship, Tuesday, 30.04.2024

The first ones have already cheered! In the English Championship, the search is on for the second directly promoted club, the club that will soon join Leicester City in causing a sensation in the Premier League again.

And now, of all times, one of the candidates is in crisis! In my Coventry Ipswich betting tip, I’ll tell you why I expect a close duel and why I recommend betting on the “both teams score” bet

Two go straight up, four more play off another candidate – the procedure for finding the three promoted teams in the Championship is clear. The first place? That’s taken, Leicester City are returning to the Premier League.

But who will join them? Leeds United and Ipswich Town will decide that between themselves, both are still level on points. But the decisive factor could be: Ipswich, currently third on goal difference, have one more game to play!

Both are on 90 points, although it has to be said honestly: Ipswich have unfortunately not saved their best form for the important finish. On the contrary, the team has to make sure it doesn’t miss out on promotion in this crisis.

Admittedly, only six defeats in 45 rounds sounds very strong. At the same time, however, they are currently without a win in four games, the second time since the end of December that the team has gone through such a phase

0:0 against Watford, 1:1 against Middlesbrough and 3:3 against Hull City – although the last three matches were all draws, they couldn’t have been more different.

Curious: Eleven times in a row there had been no draws at all, now three in a row. The points were shared a total of twelve times, meaning that the last punch was often missing to win even more often.

The victories collected cannot really be pigeonholed either. Sometimes they win 1:0, then 6:0 or even 3:2, so you really have to keep an eye on Ipswich for everything

Are the promotion hopefuls a force away from home? It would be helpful, as they are away from home on Tuesday. The win rate is exactly 50 percent, so the results are not all that strong.

Eleven three-pointers, six draws and five defeats – nobody at the club can be too sure that a win in Coventry will be enough. Nevertheless, it is interesting that eight wins have been achieved without conceding a goal

Five times a 1:0? That’s my favorite result! In the Merkur Sports app, you would get odds of 9.90 for exactly this result bet. Speaking of odds, Ipswich is generally clearly favored on Tuesday.

1.80 to 4.00 on average, the advantage is relatively clear, especially due to the fact that the opponent has home field advantage. The team struggled somewhat in the first half of the season, winning narrowly 2:1.

Important for you: 23 of the last 25 head-to-head meetings, which have been very varied overall, have featured goals from both sides. Coventry City no longer have anything to do with the promotion race, the gap is too big

Coventry City’s current form could be better, like Ipswich they haven’t won in four games. After three defeats in a row with eight goals scored, at least a point was scored again in the recent 0-0 draw against Blackburn.

But: Blackburn are way down the table, so I wouldn’t give them any praise for that 0-0 draw. The results have been mixed since the start of the season, and this team really can’t be pigeonholed.

Since they have only lost four of 21 home games, their own fans could be a decisive factor. 2:3, 2:1, 1:2, 5:0, 0:3, 2:1, 2:2, 3:1, 2:2? There’s no question that playing at home is anything but boring!

Ipswich Town must get out of their slump as quickly as possible! With two games left to play, promotion is in their own hands. After four games without a win, they need to score away from home and Coventry are not exactly in top form.

Not everything is going well for the home side either, and I’ve seen that the hosts’ home games often end in a bit of a spectacle. It’s good that the fact from the direct comparison also fits here.

Coventry City and Ipswich Town are a pretty close match, with goals on both sides being the order of the day. That’s why I’ve chosen the following classic:

Both score at least one goal

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