Date: 26th November 2012 at 8:16am
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Frustrated by the concession of a last-gasp goal against Portsmouth at the weekend, Coventry City can still reflect on a good November which saw them win four and draw one of their six games in the month.

Mark Robins now has a week to work with his side ahead of a trio of home games, the first two of which provide a break from League One action.

This Saturday, Morecambe are the visitors to the Ricoh Arena in the Second Round of the FA Cup. Having survived the potential banana skin of Arlesey in Round One the Sky Blues will look to produce another professional performance to see off the Shrimps and reverse the roles with a plum draw against a Premiership side next time.

After that comes a more realistic chance of a Wembley final in the form of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy and a Northern Area Quarter-Final against Sheffield United.

Promotion favourites in League One this season, the Blades have made solid progress towards their goal until suffering a couple of awayday blips in recent weeks.