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Mark Robins makes two changes to his FA Cup starting lineup for the match against Wolves.



CoventryLive provides team news for Coventry City as Mark Robins selects his starting lineup for the FA Cup quarterfinal.

In preparation for their FA Cup quarterfinal matchup with Premier League team Wolverhampton Wanderers, Mark Robins has made two changes to his Coventry City lineup.

Ben Wilson will not be playing for the Sky Blues as the management seems to have maintained with the same 3-4-1-2 system and kept Brad Collins in goal for the competition.

With Bobby Thomas and Liam Kitching forming the core of the defense with Joel Latibeaudiere, the back three remains unchanged from the previous week. Milan van Ewijk fills in at right wing-back on the days when Jake Bidwell plays on the left.

Ben Sheaf, a former Arsenal prospect, is back in the starting lineup in the midfield. Josh Eccles will be his partner in this role, with Victor Torp, who is back from a muscle injury, on the bench. In another position, Kasey Palmer maintains his lead over Callum O’Hare in the tenth spot, trailing Ellis Simms and Haji Wright in the front pair.

From the bench, Matty Godden and Fabio Tavares provide strong support.

City: Ellis Simms, Haji Wright, Milan van Ewijk, Josh Eccles, Ben Sheaf, Jake Bidwell, Bobby Thomas, Joel Latibeaudiere, Liam Kitching, and Kasey Palmer.

Ben Wilson (GK), Matty Godden, Kai Andrews, Jay Dasilva, Liam Kelly, Callum O’Hare, Victor Torp, Fabio Tavares, and Matty Binks are the substitutes.



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