Coventry and Wrexham meet for a place in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday at 17:30 (UK time).
Looking to live stream Coventry v Wrexham? Read on for your live stream options.
How to live stream Coventry vs Wrexham online:
Bet365* stream a selection of FA Cup matches live for account holders. Those interested in streaming Coventry vs Wrexham live can take advantage of this service by following the simple steps below.
- Click on this link.
- ‘Join now’ and enter details.
- Log in and fund your account.
- Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.
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Other Coventry v Wrexham FA Cup live stream options:
LiveScore Bet is another live-streaming option for those who have a funded account. For those of you who don’t — and providing you’re over 18 and Gamble Aware — you can sign up using their Bet £10, get £20 offer using the information below.
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Where to watch Coventry vs Wrexham on TV:
- UK: N/A
- US: ESPN+
How else can I follow Coventry vs Wrexham?
You can also follow match events in text form and bet along with the action on the new Squawka Live app.
Squawka Live not only allows you to keep track of the latest scores and your favourite teams, but also brings stats to the small screen, providing real-time updates so you never miss a bet.
With the Alerts feature you can also preset triggers that will notify you if specific in-play events such as match time, odds changes and goals/points happen.
Download the new Squawka Live app
- Download the Squawka Live app on the App Store or Google Play (here's the link). Currently, the app is available in the UK only.
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- Compare odds and set alerts for specific match scenarios.
- Use Squawka Live as your second screen with real-time updates from free-kicks to blocked shots and offsides.
Coventry team news
Coventry are mid-table but only four points off the play-off spots. They have just one win in their last four Championship games, though, and their fair share of serious fitness issues.
Callum O’Hare sustained a devastating ACL injury two fixtures back in late December to join Josh Eccles, Kyle McFadzean and Matt Godden on Coventry’s list of long-term injuries.
Wrexham team news
Wrexham are one of three non-league clubs still active in the FA Cup third-round. They are currently second in the National League, having narrowly missed out on promotion last time out in their second season under the ownership of Hollywood actors Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds.
Defender Jacob Mendy picked up an injury in the 2-1 win away to against Solihull on Monday. The returning Callum McFadzean is expected to replace him, whose brother plays for Coventry (but is on the long-term injury list we mentioned above).
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