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Head to Head
Capital One Cup (CCUP) 26 Sep 2012 Arsenal FC 6 – Coventry 1
18 Jan 2014 Arsenal FC 2 – Fulham 0 EPL
13 Jan 2014 Aston Villa 1 – Arsenal FC 2 EPL
4 Jan 2014 Arsenal FC 2 – Tottenham 0 FA
1 Jan 2014 Arsenal FC 2 – Cardiff 0 EPL
29 Dec 2013 Newcastle United 0 – Arsenal FC 1 EPL
18 Jan 2014 Preston North End 1 – Coventry 1 EFL1
12 Jan 2014 Coventry 2 – Crawley Town 2 EFL1
1 Jan 2014 Rotherham United 1 – Coventry 3 EFL1
29 Dec 2013 Coventry 1 – Oldham Athletic 1 EFL1
26 Dec 2013 Coventry 4 – Peterborough United 2 EFL1
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Arsenal’s last Friday fixture was way back on Boxing Day 2008 against Aston Villa in the Premier League, they drew 2-2.
Arsenal have won their last four meetings with Coventry in all competitions, scoring 12 and conceding two.
Olivier Giroud scored his first competitive goal for the Gunners against the Sky Blues in a 6-1 League Cup win in September 2012; the most recent meeting between the sides.
Arsenal have progressed through 11 of their last 13 FA Cup fourth-round ties, with both defeats coming against fellow Premier League sides.
In-form Sky Blues striker Leon Clarke has netted three times in three FA Cup appearances this term.
Coventry City have lost just one of their last 11 competitive matches (W5 D5 L1)
Arsenal have kept eight clean sheets in their last nine games in all competitions at the Emirates Stadium, conceding just one goal in the other match during this run.
Arsenal 3 v 0 Coventry City
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Note: Stats from Opta