Date: 10th October 2017 at 8:52pm
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Coventry City supporters continue to take to the motorways and railways of the country in great numbers as the League Two season rolls on.

Having gained plenty of plaudits for the impressive following of 1,390 at Barnet on Saturday, for a lunchtime kick-off that was live on television, an even bigger number will be on the terraces of the Wham Stadium in Accrington this coming weekend.

With 1,300 tickets sold as of Tuesday, the Sky Blues are expecting to take delivery of a further 200 on Thursday (see the official website for more details).

A great effort from every City supporter involved and those who are in Lancashire will hope to see their new hero back in action.

Duckens Nazon, away on international duty for the Barnet game, is due back in the country in time for Saturday’s match after scoring twice for Haiti against World Cup-bound Japan this week.

His presence was missed at The Hive but a busy spell of playing and travelling may weigh on Mark Robins’ mind when he decides on his team selection for the weekend.