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Coventry City vs Preston
Both to score(BTS) 1.85
Coventry wasn’t shinning in a 0:1 three-pointer taken away to Stoke City, but still got what they wanted thanks to a second halftime goal from Simms in the 51st minute.
They continued with positive results having 2-1-0 recent record, but also just one defeat in last seventeen competitive matches. Three points behind sixth and playoff zone placed Hull, their target is obvious in this game.
Midfielders Sheaf (22/3) and Allen (19/0) are both out injured. Midfielders Sakamoto (28/7) and Torp (5/0) are doubtful for the moment.
Preston was set as quite a favorite in a home clash against Blackburn last weekend, but still could be content with a point taken in a 2:2 game.
They had to chase 0:2 deficit from the early phase and managed via goals from Brady and Riis towards the halftime, being better in the second but lacked proper energy to completely revert the situation. They stand short of the playoff zone, having five points less than Hull and need a victory badly.
Right full-back Potts (30/2) is injured, same as defensive midfielder Best (10/0) and offensive midfielder Holmes (26/3).
Preston isn’t that much of a force away from home, but neither a real underdog in this one as Coventry surely stands out as a favorite but aren’t the most reliable team in the defense. The guests are anyway coming for points and can’t be satisfied with a point only, making this clash surely very interesting.
Roma vs Feyenoord
Both to score(BTS) 1.75
Roma could be content with a draw game away to Rotterdam last Thursday as it still makes them a slight favorite to progress now. The game itself was even more open than what the 1:1 scoreline says, especially in the first halftime when both tried with an attacking approach and the Dutch team took the lead first via Paixao towards the halftime whistle.
The Romans had a more cautious approach in the second but still managed to respond via Lukaku in the 67th minute for the final result. Talented midfielder Bove (22/0) is suspended now, while forward Abraham remains out since the start of the season.
Feyenoord reacted better when the game was more open, but didn’t manage to preserve the lead with the game going in a slower manner towards it’s end. They continued with rather impressive run in the Eredivisie, coming from a 1:0 home win over RKC Waalwijk last weekend, thanks to a late goal via Wieffer – late but totally deserved.
It was their third win in a row and are undefeated since early December being currently second – probably away from the title favorites PSV but with the Champions League locked second place as they stand eight points in advantage compared to third Twente. Goalkeeper Bijlow (13/0) is injured, same as defender Trauner (14/0), midfielders van den Belt (5/0) and Zechiel (2/0) and probably offensive Jahanbakhsh (9/0).
Roma is now a favorite to progress further ahead of the second leg but are nowhere close to a reliable side in the defense. Feyenoord is having more than fine potential in the attack and definitely won’t stay passive here, neither they have a real reason simply since they aren’t that much of an underdog.