Sky Blues hope for a happier Easter
Coventry City need just one more win to surpass last season's points tally and will hope to get over the Easter weekend when Derby County travel to the Ricoh Arena before a trip to face in-form Reading at the Madjeski Stadium.
60 points and a top-half finish really would represent progress for the Sky Blues who will be hoping that last season's tail-off in fortunes is not repeated.
The corresponding fixtures in the 2008/09 campaign brought a 4-0 defeat away to Plymouth Argyle and a goalless draw at home to League One-bound Charlton Athletic.
Chris Coleman has more options at his disposal one year on as he showed when making a half-time triple substitution against Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend.
With players such as Clinton Morrison wanting new contracts and extended runs set to be given to the likes of Chris Hussey, there should still be enough hunger to prevent another extended summer break!
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