PREVIEW: See Sky Blues Squad Ahead of Queens Park Rangers Below;

Mark Robins side head to West London..

Asmir Begovic, Jack Colback, Steve Cook, Taylor Richards, and other players joined QPR during the summer transfer window as Ainsworth sought to make his mark on the club. QPR currently sits in 18th place heading into this weekend, having not won at Loftus Road since March, with two wins, two draws, and four losses so far this season.

Quotes by Mark Robins

There are eight points for them. We agree with them on these issues. They have a pretty strong team, and they play differently.

“Gareth has worked quite hard to get them to press, come down, and attempt to squeeze the space together.

“It’s another challenging Championship game, and they have some skill and power in the side, as you’d expect.

“We have a challenging week ahead of us, with three tough games on the schedule (Saturday, Wednesday, and Saturday) before another international break. It seems like we just got back from one, but there will be another one soon.

“We clearly need to strive to win a game and

That would be our first victory on the road this year. I am, once more, quite excited for it. We have another chance now.

Quotes by Gareth Ainsworth

They got off to a poor start last year but finished strong and played outstandingly in the playoffs.

Although they are still getting used to their new players, Mark Robins is one of the top managers in the competition. His teams are entertaining to watch and give it their all at all times.

“Mark and I have engaged in some fantastic combat throughout the leagues. I won’t run away from it because I’ve always struggled against Coventry, and it’s about time I started winning games against them!

“We’re working so hard to try and earn that first season home victory.

The previous six matches for QPR:

QPR 0–0 Birmingham City

Swansea City ties QPR 1-1.

Sunderland 1-3 QPR

0–2 Middlesbrough to QPR

QPR 2-1 Southampton

Ipswich Town defeats QPR 1-0.

The previous six games for the Sky Blues:

1-1 Sky Blues Shrewsbury Town
3-2 Cardiff City Blue skies
1–1 Hull City Blue skies

Watford 3-2 Sky Blues

Sunderland 0–0 Sky Blues

1-1 Sky Blues vs. Swansea City

Historical comparison:

Sky Blues triumphs, 50.

Draws – 31

Win for QPR: 45

Match referees:

This weekend at Loftus Road, City’s matchup with Queens Park Rangers will be settled by Tom Nield.

Nield will officiate the game, which will be his first Coventry game since the Club’s 4-3 loss to Wrexham in January of last year.

The referee will be supported by assistant officials Alex James and Craig Taylor. His fourth official will be Darren Drysdale.

Ticket information:

Coventry City had a full allocation of 2,767 tickets for this fixture – these sold out earlier this month and we will not be receiving any further tickets.





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