Date: 26th April 2008 at 10:13am
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On a glorious day such as today, with temperatures expected to reach nearly 25 Degrees, Wolves travel to a ground they haven’t won in 3 games, last winning in November 2002. Expectations are high in both camps, with Coventry needing the win to secure Championship survival, while Wolves need the win to aid with their Play-Off push. Nerves are going to be at a maximum – it’s guaranteed!

Vital Quotes:

“We won’t be looking at anybody else’s results, we’ve just got to go and try and win our game”

“I’m happy playing a team with something to gain and something to lose”

Coventry Team News:

Sky Blues midfielder and captain Stephen Hughes, and Kevin Thornton have recently picked up knocks in training this week. Chris Coleman is hopefull that both will be available, with last minute fitness checks on the agenda.

Player to watch: Michael Misfud

Considered in his homeland as one of the greatest players Malta have ever produced, Michael Misfud has got to be City’s star man. Playing 38 games in all competitions this season, Misfud has found the back of the net 16 times.

Wolves Team News:

Michael Gray returned to training yesterday, but Dave Edwards and Karl Henry will not be fit for todays game.

Player to watch: Michael Kightly

Michael Kightly was given the title as Wolves’s best performer for the whole season for his work on Tuesday night against Cardiff City. With a never say die attitude, and electric pace, Kightly is sure to cause countless problems for the home teams defence.

Also, lets not forget the form of Seb Ebanks-Blake either, or the young Irish prodigy Andy Keogh, who, along with Michael Kightly, all scored on Tuesday night.

Sylvain Ebanks-Blake Michael Kightly

Match Facts & Stats

Wolves have lost once in their last 6 games on the road, drawing 1, and winning 4.

Coventry on the other hand have won 3 of their last 6 home games, drawing 2 of them, and losing just once.

The stats look good for a very entertaining game of football today one would say.

Ref Watch:

Paul Armstrong of Berkshire is in charge for todays crunch tie. Lets hope he has his glasses on!

Match Prediction:

I’m going for Coventry 0-3 Wolves.

As a travelling fan for todays game, i cannot exactly back the home team now can i?!

Next Fixtures:

Wolves v’s Plymouth – Sunday 4th May, 2pm.

Charlton v’s Coventry – Sunday 4th May, 2pm