The Sky Blues are in action tonight, taking on Queens Park Rangers in the club’s first ‘home’ game of the new Championship season
Mark Robins has made two changes to his Coventry City side from Bristol City to face QPR in the club’s first ‘home’ game of the Championship season.
The Sky Blues boss is forced to replace skipper Liam Kelly, who picked up a hamstring tear at Aston Gate on the opening weekend of the campaign, and Jordan Shipley comes in to the starting line-up to replace him.
And fans’ favourite Fankaty Dabo makes his first league start as he comes in to replace Josh Pask, who drops to the bench, at right wing-back.
Leo Ostigard retains his place on the right of the back three that sees Kyle McFadzean in the middle and Dom Hyam on the left on a night when Michael Rose provides back-up among the subs.
Ryan Giles is once again deployed at left wing-back in place of Brandon mason, who is promoted to the bench after missing out last weekend.
Gustavo Hamer continues in his deep lying midfield player-maker role with Jamie Allen and Callum o’Hare deployed further forward in City’s box midfield before lone striker Matty Godden.
City (3-4-2-1): Marko Marosi; Leo Ostigard, Kyle McFadzean, Dom Hyam; Fankaty Dabo, Gustavo Hamer, Jordan Shipley, Ryan Giles; Jamie Allen, Callum O’Hare; Matty Godden.
Subs: Tom Billson (GK), Amadou Bakayoko, Tyler Walker, Michael Rose, Brandon Mason, Ben Sheaf, Josh Pask.
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