I also changed my prediction. Originally I had Coventry NW as a Tory gain and Coventry South as a Lab hold but I've switched them around.
I'd be tempted the other way around to be honest, from what I can tell from distant East Birmingham, Cunningham is liked, Robinson is not so liked.
Of the three Coventry MPs, Jim Cunningham is far and away the best of the lot. I've previously described Geoffrey Robinson as "inexplicably popular". I assume his personal popularity stems from the days he was a boss at Jaguar-Land Rover, and his involvement with Coventry City FC. At the Coventry declarations, a gaggle of Labour members held up signs with his name on, something that didn't happen for either of the other two declarations.
On another note, the independent had some strange backers. He is clearly left-leaning in most of his political views, but one of the people on his team at the count was Glen Williams (councillor for Bablake ward who was expelled from the Conservatives for comments claiming that Enoch Powell was right - clearly referring to the "Rivers of Blood" speech).