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Roles reversed as Preston come to town

Coventry City host Preston North End on Saturday with the visitors riding high in the Championship after an unbeaten start.

The two sides met in September last year when a Michael Doyle winner sent the Sky Blues to the top of the table and capped an exciting fightback in front of the Sky cameras.

Iain Dowie was the man of the moment while opposite number Paul Simpson was under pressure which ultimately led to his departure.

The home side could do with a win once again, not because Chris Coleman is under any pressure but after two disappointing defeats and ahead of a tough run of games.




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Date:Thursday September 11 2008

Time: 8:28PM

 

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