Sixfields Lucky For Brentford

26 September 2013 12:04
A Look At City V Brentford

Sunday's League One game will be the 43rd meeting between Coventry City and Brentford FC. 

In those 42 league and cup matches between the two sides, Coventry have won seventeen with eleven draws, scoring 67 goals to Brentford's 62

Of the twenty one matches played in Coventry, City have won eleven and drawn seven. City's biggest home win was the 3-0 Second Division victory at Highfield Road on January 3rd 1948 and the last time a Brentford side won in Coventry was on August 29th 1933 when the Bees won 3-2.

Brentford have won on their last two visits to Sixfields, winning 1-0 on October 8th 2006 in a League One game and a 4-2 penalties after a 0-0 draw in a JPT game win on October 17th 2006. 

The corresponding fixture last season produced a 1-1 draw and saw Carl Baker fire City ahead in the 45th minute with Harry Forrester levelling in the 46th minute.

The teams that day were: City;Murphy (GK), Christie, Wood, Martin, Haynes, Baker (c), Moussa (McDonald 73), Jennings, Fleck, Bailey (Bell 65), Wilson. Subs: Dunn (GK), J. Clarke, McDonald, Thomas, Ball, Edjenguele.

Brentford: Moore (GK), Forshaw, Craig, Dean, Douglas (c) (Diagouraga 46), Donaldson, Adeyemi, Hodson (Wright-Phillps 72), Logan, Forrester (Saunders 78), Bidwell. Subs: Gounet (GK), O'Connor, Trotta, Reeves.

More head to head -

Source: Coventry MAD