Coventry City’s defeat at Notts County on Saturday afternoon didn`t damage the Sky Blues play-off hopes too much with the two teams below them in the League Two table, Mansfield and Swindon failing to take advantage.
However, those two can climb above City on Tuesday evening as Mansfield visit Stevenage and Swindon host Yeovil Town.
Mark Robins side will then have a game in hand but the Sky Blues boss was slightly downbeat after the County reverse, commenting that his players ‘did not look like’ they were ready for the run-in to the season and warning them that a summer of change may be on the way regardless of whether City make it into League One or not.
There are now five league matches left for Coventry starting at Crawley Town on Saturday before a crucial home double against Stevenage and Lincoln City in the space of five days.
Then it is away to Cheltenham and the home finale when Morecambe are the visitors to the Ricoh Arena.
Robins will run the rule over those players who could come into his thoughts for the final five when the Under 23’s take on Crewe Alexandra at the Ricoh on Monday afternoon, kick-off 2pm, with free admission for supporters.