Thorn: City survival is in our own hands
'It's all to play for' is the message from Coventry City manager Andy Thorn as his side prepares for the final seven games of the season after hauling themselves back into contention to remain in the Championship next season.
The Sky Blues lie within just one point of Bristol City and, with a trip to Ashton Gate to come, have safety in their own hands.
'We have got to maintain the form we are on, because we are in decent form, and keep picking up points,' Thorn told the Coventry Telegraph ahead of Saturday's trip to face a Hull City side who have lost three games in a row and were easily beaten by Portsmouth on Tuesday night.
'There might be a few changes but I have every confidence in the players and they know that,' manager Nick Barmby told his club's official website.
The Tigers boss will be without Robert Koren and Joe Dudgeon while Nathan Cameron is a doubt for the Sky Blues.
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