Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said that his side have seventeen tough games and they need to keep picking up points.
City lie eighth in the table after Bournemouth's midweek win at Hartlepool and speaking to the Coventry Telegraph's Andy Turner, the City manager said; "We go up there on the back of two brilliant victories and we want to continue picking those points up,
“We’ve got 17 league games left and hopefully three cup games – at least two that will hopefully lead to a third at Wembley – so it’s an opportunity.
“They’re all tough and this one, in particular, is never an easy game but we’ll be ready for it. I would imagine they’ll be disappointed the way they conceded the late goals in the Trophy but it’s about the way we go about our preparation and do our work.
“The players are really keen to do well; they want to do well.
"We’ll prepare the best we can and hopefully the players will go out and express themselves in the way we know they can.
"They have done that for the most part since I have been here but whatever happens – because they might have an off day – they will keep going and working hard.”
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Source: Coventry MAD