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Sky Blues v The Rams

Coventry City look to get back to winning ways at the weekend when they face Derby County at the Ricoh Arena before a Bank Holiday trip to play Reading.

Chris Coleman has insisted he will not allow the Sky Blues' season to fade away despite some poor recent results and will surely shake up his side to allow the likes of Chris Hussey an extended run in the final weeks of the campaign.

The Rams meanwhile will be looking to get over the 50-point mark and secure their Championship safety after an inconsistent season where poor away form (2 wins from 20 games) has hampered any ambitions of a play-off push.

City took an early lead in the reverse fixture, a live Friday night game at Pride Park but were well beaten in the end thanks to two goals from Rob Hulse, a striker subsequently linked with a summer move to the Ricoh Arena.




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Date:Wednesday March 31 2010

Time: 5:43PM

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We were poor that night at Pride Park hopefully we will show we have improved a lot since then
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