A look-ahead to Sunday's big game
Referee: Stephen Martin
Assistants: David Avent and Geoff Russell
Fourth Official: Michael Bull
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Conor Henderson (ankle) and Dean Leacock (groin) are sidelined for Reds.
The Sky Blues could have striker Marcus Tudgay, who hasn't played since March, available after injury.
Reds have won five of their last ten games and have only lost three times at home since December 18.THE FORM GUIDE
The Sky Blues are unbeaten in their last four on the road and have not conceded a goal during that sequence.
VIEW FROM THE BENCH
: "The big plus for us is that it looks like the game will be sold out. 4,000-plus of our own fans can make a huge difference. The players are in good spirits, they are nice and relaxed and looking forward to getting the job done, although we know Coventry will make it very difficult for us."Dean Saunders
"Tony Mowbray, Coventry manager (pictured):We are where we are and we’ve got to prepare for a huge game. I have to try to make sure that we get the right team on the pitch on Sunday and everything else goes on the back burner."
WE’VE MET BEFORE?
This will be the sixth meeting between the two clubs. Reds have won both of the two home games, 2-0 in April 2013 and 3-2 in August 2014. Away from home Coventry won the first match between the clubs in November 2012 3-1. Both subsequent games finished 2-2 including last October's game at the Ricoh when Gwion Edwards and Izale McLeod scored for Reds.
REST OF THE LEAGUE ONE FIXTURES
Barnsley v Rochdale
Bristol City v Walsall
Colchester v Preston
Crewe v Bradford City
Doncaster v Scunthorpe
Gillingham v Notts County
MK Dons v Yeovil
Oldham v Peterborough
Port Vale v Fleetwood
Sheffield United v Chesterfield
Swindon v Leyton Orient
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