A welcome return to on-pitch matters for the Sky Blues after an international break full of twists and turns regarding the club’s future.
A tough trip to Plymouth heralds the start of another busy period of matches.
Iain Dowie: ‘They have got some good players in Rory Fallon, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Barry Hayles – and to bring players of that quality is great for a club like that.
‘They also have Akos Buzsaky, Marcel Seip and David Norris, so Ollie (Ian Holloway) has got a good squad there.
‘It is very passionate at Plymouth and the fans bay for every decision, so it is a place where we have got to go and try to get a result.’
Plymouth Argyle Team News:
No new injury worries for Argyle boss Ian Holloway.
Player to watch: Krisztian Timar
The Hungarian defender was Argyle’s player of the month for September and has formed a solid partnership with Marcel Seip.
Coventry City Team News:
Julian Gray is set to return after a midweek run-out for the reserves.
Player to watch: Kevin Kyle
May get a start on Saturday after coming back from injury and will be looking to continue his much-improved early season form.
Match Facts & Stats
Adrian Heath was in charge of the Sky Blues for last season’s corresponding fixture.
A 3-2 defeat saw Michael Mifsud net his first for the club.
Keith Hill of Hertfordshire takes charge.
Watford at home on Tuesday for the Sky Blues, Charlton away for the Pilgrims.