Sky Blues v MK Dons
Having taken seven points from their last three matches and all but ensured another season of League One football, Coventry City host MK Dons at Sixfields on Saturday looking to move past 50 points for the season.
Steven Pressley's side, who would be above their opponents without the 10-point penalty will be looking to build on the defensive determination they have shown in the past two weeks (just one own-goal conceded in 270 minutes) and finding a way to mix that with the attacking threat they have posed for much of the campaign.
League One's Player of the Month Callum Wilson's expected return after injury should help with the latter while goalkeeper Joe Murphy once again showed his worth to the side against Bradford in midweek.
Four consecutive home defeats mean MK Dons are likely to be playing City again next season as they head into the game six points off a play-off place but Karl Robinson's side have won their last four on the road including a dramatic victory at Stevenage when they were two goals down going into the final ten minutes.
Robinson told his club's official website:
"As always, we`ll be going out there to win the game. It is literally just up the road - we're even having our pre-match at the stadium and then driving there."
Vital Coventry will have news from the game on Saturday evening.