The Sky Blues return to action midweek when they take on Millwall at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
Mark Robins’ team will take on the Lions as they look to avenge a 3-2 loss earlier this season.
Meet the Lions:
Millwall will enter the Coventry Building Society Arena fifth in the Championship, thanks in part to an impressive run of recent results.
Since crashing out in the FA Cup at the hands of Sheffield United, the Lions have won two of their last three games, beating QPR and Cardiff City.
Record signing, Zian Flemming provides Millwall’s main attacking threat. He has already scored 10 goals this season. His partner in attack, Tom Bradshaw, has also scored seven.
However, they have managed just seven clean sheets to City’s 13 this season.
Inside the Sky Blues Camp:
Looking ahead to Tuesday night’s match, Mark Robins said: “We’re up against a Millwall side who also have ambitions to be in the play-off places at the end of the campaign.
“It is a team with a lot of experience and quality at this level, and it seeks to break the rival’s way of playing. Due to their size they are also a threat from set pieces.
“We have to deal with that threat tonight and be well organized.”
Millwall’s last six:
Sky Blues Last Six:
All-time head-to-head record:
Sky Blues win – 31
Draws – 15
Millwall win – 32
Matthew Donohue will be the man in the middle for the midweek fixture, taking charge of his third game of the season for City.
The English referee was in charge of Coventry’s matches against Reading (H) and Sheffield United (A).
Donohue has taken charge of 22 games so far this season, handing out 77 yellow cards and one red, dispatching John Egan against the Sky Blues at Brammal Lane.
Richard Wild and George Byrne will be their assistant referees with Jeremy Simpson as fourth official.
Tickets are available to buy in the evening at the box office or from Cash Turnstiles for Sky Blues fans, as Coventry City take on Millwall tonight, with adult tickets just £20!
Kick-off is 7:45pm for the Sky Bet Championship clash tonight, Tuesday 14th February.
Cash turnstiles 30-35 open at 6:30 pm, while the ticket office is open at 9:30 am
It is a category C game, which means that adult tickets are only £20!
See all prices below…
Adults – £20
Concessions – £15
Under 18s – £10
JSB sub-16 – €5
JSB Sub-13 – €0