Gustavo Hamer and Jamie Allen conclude victory for Sky Blues

The Sky Bet Championship’s free match and report highlights are showing a clash between Coventry City and Stoke City as Gustavo Hamer, and Jamie Allen conclude their victory at the bet365 Stadium for the Sky Blues on Saturday, the 22nd of October 2022. Like thrilled bettors who made informed decisions after consulting with their NFL picks, this was truly an exciting moment for the team.


The revival of Coventry City went on as they scored a third successive victory at Stoke City with a 2-0 win. The Potters, who are now slumping to home defeat that’s happening for the second time in five days, undoubtedly dominated the scene, but unfortunately, it was to no avail.

Fans can only praise Gustavo Hamer for creating the opener that Jamie Allen took full advantage of in the second half of the game. With the luck of just an extra second, the visitors managed to close the gap to safety with just a single point.

Much like the success of any team that’s been predicted to win on the NFL predictions, victory for the Sky Blues ensures that they can extend their record to four consecutive clean sheets and five matches on their travels.

In the meantime, the hosts, who also happened to suffer a defeat against Rotherham during the week from a 1-0 home score, appeared to start brightly by responding positively to the game.

The veteran defender, Phil Jagielka was close to being the one to open the scoring just 17 minutes into the game; however, the innovative flick-on that he got from a Lewis Baker corner, unfortunately, struck the crossbar.

It’s at that moment that the Stoke top-scorer, Baker, put his own luck to the test with an aching effort that curled quite narrowly wide of what looked to be the far post. We saw the influential Baker make another attempt when his pinpoint delivery was coupled with an offside after Will Smallbone thwarted his team-mate Tariqe Fosu.

Like the anticipation that comes with expecting results from an NFL bet after checking the NFL expert picks, pressure from the Potters continued to rise throughout the half-mark of the game, with Fosu being close from range in quick succession on two occasions. But despite the team’s dominance, it wasn’t until 48 minutes later that the home side scored their first shot.

After just six minutes into restarting the game, the Sky Blues managed to open the scoring under unexpected circumstances. It’s here that Gustavo Hamer’s through ball was caught by Allen, and thanks to the last-ditch challenge that came from Harry Clarke, the effort helped to scoop the ball beyond Joe Bursik.

Even though Alex Neil rang the changes, the Potters went through further delay by a few minutes right after the hour mark. Hamer then went to add a goal to his earlier assist by skipping above two defenders right before finishing.

It was in the 75th minute that Coventry then had their perfect afternoon when Callum O’Hare gave a major boost to Mark Robins after returning from an injury. This would be his first season appearance off the bench. But despite the hosts doing all they can, Coventry stayed resolute in keeping a sixth clean sheet out of the last seven games they’ve had.

What The Managers Had To Say

This is what Stoke’s manager, Alex Neil, had to say, “Goals change games. I thought until the first goal went in, we were by far the best team. It was as dominant as we’ve been. Against a good Coventry team, I thought we were excellent, we were dominant, and they couldn’t get out of their half in the first half. But the difficulty you’ve got is that nobody really cares about that; what they care about is winning games and scoring goals. We didn’t carry enough of a threat, we weren’t clinical enough, and we made two really poor errors defensively.”

This was what Coventry’s manager, Mark Robbins, had to say about the match, “It’s a brilliant away win. I’m delighted because they were better than us in the first part of the game. But we stayed in the game when we weren’t at our best. For all their possession, they’ve only really had (Phil) Jagielka’s chance, and we’ve defended really well.”

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