Dons will give us a game says Coventry City manager Mark Robins
Coventry City manager Mark Robins feels that Saturday's trip to Milton Keynes Dons will be a tough game.
The Sky Blues travel for their first ever visit to stadium MK after a 3-1 Boxing Day victory at Stevenage but are without the suspended David McGoldrick, who picked up his fifth caution for removing his shirt in celebration of his 90th minute goal which took his record of scoring in consecutive away matches to eight and midfielder James Bailey who has returned to Derby County after his loan expired.
Speaking to the Coventry Telegraph, the City boss said about the game which sees the Sky Blues already having sold 3465 tickets and supporters able to pay on the gate via a booth at gate three at the ground, Mark Robins said: "Saturday is going to be another tough challenge because Milton Keynes are a good side and they are coming off the back of a bad result so they will be particularly determined to turn it on. And, of course, we will be without David McGoldrick and James Bailey who have been two very important players for us."
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