Date: 14th December 2017 at 8:37pm
Written by:

After a bafflingly poor performance at Morecambe last weekend, Coventry City take on Cheltenham Town at the Ricoh Arena this Saturday looking to get back to winning ways and maintain their League Two play-off position.

Cheltenham have inched up the table in recent weeks, boosted by draws against Cambridge United and Forest Green Rovers before a hard-fought victory over Crewe Alexandra in their last outing.

Central defender Jamie Grimes scored the all-important winning goal and manager Gary Johnson is now looking to notch up some victories on the road to add to a solitary success at Chesterfield.

‘We have talked all this week about a strategy away from home,’ he told his club’s official website.

‘We haven’t lost in five and it is not an easy league to get away wins. But if we want to get up that table we have got to start picking up points away.

‘We have had a good chat about it, as we have done all season. Sometimes when you keep getting hit around the head with a stick you have to duck and change it. We might need to look at a change of strategy.’