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After being announced as the successor to Tony Mowbray at the Stadium of Light earlier in the week, new Sunderland boss Michael Beale admitted his first match couldn’t have gone much worse, as Coventry City rocked up in the North-East and stretched their unbeaten run to four games with a 3-0 success.

The Black Cats dominated possession and created more chances, but it was the Sky Blues who were clinical in the box, as Japan international Tatsuhiro Sakamoto, playmaker Callum O’Hare and Kasey Palmer found the net, with the latter scoring his first goal since January following a long-term injury.

Mark Robins has conceded that the departures of Chelsea-linked Viktor Gyokeres and Gustavo Hamer during the summer transfer window – coupled with a turnover of 25 players – has hindered Coventry’s start to the term, but with new faces such as Haji Wright and Sakamoto starting to find their feet, a top-six charge is back on the cards.

A record of just one loss in their last eight second-tier matches has allowed the Sky Blues to climb up to 15th in the Championship standings, meaning they sit six points behind Liam Rosenior’s sixth-placed Hull City, while possessing a 10-point buffer over the relegation zone.

Coventry’s form at The CBS Arena so far in 2023-24 has been perplexing – only Daniel Farke’s Leeds United (0) have lost fewer times than the East Midlanders on familiar territory this season, but only four wins in front of their own supporters means that Robins’s men are 15th in terms of their home record

With relegation rivals Rotherham United, Queens Park Rangers and Huddersfield Town all falling to defeats on Saturday afternoon, Sheffield Wednesday missed the chance to claw themselves closer to safety after losing in dramatic fashion to Erol Bulut’s Cardiff City at Hillsborough.Netting his fourth goal of the

second-tier term, Dutchman Anthony Musaba opened the scoring in Yorkshire for the Owls, but an unlikely comeback in the second period secured three points for the Bluebirds, with a deflected strike from Karlan Grant and an own goal from Akin Famewo condemning Wednesday to a heartbreaking loss.

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Generally, the Owls have enjoyed an upturn in results since the arrival of German coach Danny Rohl at Hillsborough to replace Xisco Munoz in October, with the second-tier strugglers managing three wins in their last five, including an eye-catching 3-1 win over Blackburn Rovers on December 2.

A glaring issue for Wednesday this term has been their inability to regularly make the net ripple – their 17 goals so far is the lowest tally of any side in the division – although the introduction of Bailey Cadamarteri into the XI has reaped its rewards in recent weeks, with the 18-year-old scoring three in five appearances since the turn of the month.

At the official halfway point of the Championship campaign, Rohl’s Owls are occupying 23rd place in the league standings, six points behind Darren Moore’s Terriers in 21st, with a crucial clash between those two clubs coming up at the start of February at the John Smith’s Stadium.

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