Coventry City will be looking to leapfrog Rotherham United in the League One standings tonight when they face Paul Warne’s side at St Andrew’s.
Currently second in the third-tier, the Sky Blues have only suffered one defeat in all competitions since the turn of the year and thus ought to fancy their chances of securing a positive result tonight.
Given that promotion is now unquestionably on the agenda for Coventry following a stunning run of form which has seen them amass 26 points from their last ten league games, it will be intriguing to see whether they opt to take the game to Rotherham this evening.
Whilst the Millers won the reverse fixture 4-0 in October, the Sky Blues have only lost three games in-front of their own supporters this season.
If Coventry are able to secure their return to the Championship at the end of the 2019/20 campaign, manager Mark Robins will be heralded as a hero by their supporters.
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Since being re-appointed by the Sky Blues in 2017, the 50-year-old has guided the club back to League One via the play-offs whilst also winning the EFL Trophy.
Not yet but he's getting close #pusb
— Alan Glazier (@alanglazier60) February 24, 2020
Mark Robins has been great. But we are in league 1. How can he be described as our best ever manager when we spent years in the prem and won the FA cup?
— Rich (@richalbi98) February 24, 2020
Best in my lifetime but Jimmy Hill will always be the man
— MK (@JanssonsMagic) February 25, 2020
Hill. He put a club with no money on the map and turned out teams which could stand toe to toe with the very best.
— pauly (@paulbab5) February 24, 2020
No but he’s a good manger not our best though
— MW23 (@CXMZ23) February 24, 2020
If he gets us promoted then yes, the situation that the club has been in and that we are in now cannot be underestimated. We were down and out as a club before he came and now look where we are, we are not the Coventry of old. Makes us all proud to be a sky blues fan🙌🏻💙
— Jamie McAllister (@JMcallister2000) February 24, 2020
Hill, Sillett, Robins. But happy to swap Sil and Robins after promotion!! Hill the best as not only got us to the top flight but absolutely revolutionised the club off the pitch!
— Paul Reader (@puds68) February 24, 2020