There aren’t many Championship clubs who are able to use their financial clout to land Harry Winks from Tottenham for £10 million. The midfielder is likely to be a key player for a Leicester team who can also boast Conor Coady, Mads Hermansen and Callum Doyle, although there are a number of players who have departed.

James Maddison, Harvey Barnes and Youri Tielemans have all departed for Premier League clubs and it might take a while for Leicester to find their feet, with Enzo Maresca having worked under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, although he’s still a rookie manager and the Championship is a tough division where teams have to be pragmatic.

As for Coventry, Jay Dasilva, Ellis Simms and Bradley Collins are some of the new faces at the Ricoh Arena, with Viktor Gyokeres a notable exit to Sporting although that fee of over £20 million is likely to be reinvested into new players and perhaps we could see the Sky Blues return to the top six and they have a very capable manager.

A new owner could breath new life into the team and perhaps the visitors can secure a draw from this Midlands clash, with Coventry potentially playing this clash at a good time. They were able to avoid defeat in the majority of their away games last term, with Robins having retained the nucleus of the team who did so well last season.


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