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Tall Slovakian Mariosi n goal behind a solid back three of centre backs. The Scots, Rose and Hyam will play either side of Yorkshire bruiser Kyle McFadzean.
They have two Liam's in central midfield. The very tidy little central midfielder Walsh who will pull the strings in the middle on loan from Bristol City and skipper Kelly who has seen his performances come under a bit of pressure recently.
On the left wing is a future Norwich player in Sam McCullum who the Canaries signed for £3.5m on the last day of the transfer window and loaned back to Coventry. The right features Fankaty Dabo who started off at Chelsea and won numerous English youth call-ups before signing for Coventry in the summer.
The attacking trio have yet to really click and the team have been mainly carried by their defence to get them through. On one side of the three is Villa loanee Callum O'Hare while Jamie Allen plays on the other side, previously of Rochdale and Burton.
Their main striker is Matt Godden who has bagged goals for Coventry and Peterborough over the last two seasons in League One.