Two Chances - And Keegan Does Not Want To End One Tonight!

Last updated : 26 August 2008 By Footy Mad - Editor

Keegan: "It's going to be a tough place to go, but it should be a good game.

"Coventry have started off well. I know they were beaten on Saturday, but they started off with six points from the first two games and they have got a guy who I really respect in charge there, Chris Coleman, who I brought to Fulham.

"They are a club that are looking to build and go places, and their ambition is to be in the league we are in.

"It is a good test for us in a competition we will take very seriously.

"It is one of two chances, if we are honest. We can win the FA Cup and we can win the Carling Cup, they are definitely the two chances.

"At the moment, we have got a chance of winning the league - that might peter out as the season goes on, it depends on how we play."

COVENTRY'S LAST MATCH ...

COVENTRY 0 BRISTOL CITY 3

COVENTRY: Westwood (Marshall 21), Gunnarsson, Ward, Dann, Fox,Mifsud (Simpson 73), Tabb, Beuzelin, Gray,Eastwood (McKenzie 46), Morrison.

Subs Not Used: Doyle, Turner.

Dele Adebola scored one goal and made another against his former club as Bristol City maintained their unbeaten start to the season by dethroning Coca-Cola Championship leaders Coventry at the Ricoh Arena.

Adebola, a Sky Blues player for four-and-a-half years before his move to Bristol City in January, gave the Robins the lead in controversial circumstances in a fiery first half before setting up Michael McIndoe after the break.

Substitute Steve Brooker added a third goal in injury-time at the end of the game.