Keepmoat Stadium, March 8, 7.45pm
COVENTRY always looked like being a mid-table side this season, with a decent squad finding its feet under a new manager.
Wherever Aidy Boothroyd goes it is always likely to take him time to get his style over on the squad, and this season looks like the Sky Blues’ transitional one.
But a run of just one win in 13 matches has sent Coventry dropping down the table and ensures a turnaround is needed to avoid becoming embroiled in a relegation scrap.
AIDY Boothroyd may have only just turned 40 but the former Mansfield defender already has an impressive managerial record.
Starting five years ago at Watford, Boothroyd guided the Hornets to the Premier League and an FA Cup semi-final.
After failing to mount another promotion push following relegation Boothroyd was sacked, spending a year out of the game before a return with Colchester.
He left the U’s after a year to join Coventry where he has introduced his direct style of football to the Sky Blues.