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Matt Godden again missing when Coventry take on Stoke

Coventry are set to again be without top scorer Matt Godden when they host Stoke on Tuesday evening. The forward missed Saturday’s 2-1 loss to QPR after undergoing emergency surgery to remove his appendix three days earlier. Fankaty Dabo and Ian Maatsen have been recovering from groin and hamstring...
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Matt Godden: Coventry City striker sidelined after appendix operation

Coventry will be without Matt Godden this weekend after the striker had an emergency appendix operation. City are yet to confirm how long he will be out, but Godden posted on Twitter that he was admitted to hospital on Wednesday. "On Tuesday afternoon I started feeling stomach cramps that by...
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Matt Godden at the double as Coventry hammer Peterborough

Coventry cranked their play-off challenge back into gear with a first win in seven Championship games as they thumped relegation battlers Peterborough 4-1. Captain Matt Godden bagged a brace as Mark Robins’ men sampled league success for the first time in more than two months with a sizzling showing at the Weston Homes Stadium.
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Peterborough 1-4 Coventry: Matt Godden scores twice in Sky Blues rout

Coventry cranked their play-off challenge back into gear with a first win in seven Championship games as they thumped relegation battlers Peterborough 4-1. Captain Matt Godden bagged a brace as Mark Robins' men sampled league success for the first time in more than two months with a sizzling showing at the Weston Homes Stadium.
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Late Matt Godden header earns Coventry a point at Huddersfield

Matt Godden headed in a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser as Coventry fought back to earn a 1-1 draw at fellow play-off chasers Huddersfield. The Sky Blues striker flicked in substitute Jodi Jones’ cross three minutes into injury time to deny Town, who had led through a superb first-half strike from Danny Ward.
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