Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson feels that Coventry City are a good attacking team.
Speaking about the Sky Blues who travel to Valley Parade on Sunday for the televised League One encounter at 3.30pm, Parkinson told the Football League Hour: "I've been down a couple of times to watch Coventry play on Sunday and they're a good attacking side. They've been quite open defensively, and the results early in the season suggested that when they were scoring a lot and conceding a lot, but they've tightened up defensively since then.
"The front two are the stand-out players and both are scoring goals at the moment.
"I think this year there is a group of 12 to 14 teams that could all realistically mount a challenge for the top six.
"There's no real stand-out team - Orient might argue with that because of the terrific run they've had but you'd expect at some point they're going to level out - so it's a good division, very competitive, and I expect it's going to be like that right until the end."
Source: Coventry MAD