Coventry City get back to action at St Andrew’s this weekend in the big Midlands derby with Derby County.
Wayne Rooney’s Rams travel to Birmingham looking to bounce back from a 4-0 midweek thumping at Cardiff while the Sky Blues look to improve on their 2-1 home defeat to Middlesbrough.
Mark Robins’s men managed 1-1 draw at Pride Park earlier in the season when a late Gus Hamer equaliser cancelled out Colin Kazin-Richards’ 83rd minute opener to take a share of the spoils.
City are desperate to achieve their first win in four games and pick up valuable points towards securing safety.
Here’s all you need to know about how to watch the game:
When does the match kick-off?
It’s a 3pm kick-off on Saturday, March 6.
Is it live on TV?
Unfortunately not on this occasion.
How can I follow it?
Coventry City are offering a streaming service through their website. Match passes for fans in the UK and Ireland are £10 and show the full game live on iFollow.
Mark Robins will continue to assess the fitness of Coventry City’s star striker Matty Godden today before deciding whether he’s ready to return against the Rams.
Godden may not be fit enough to start but, as we have seen in recent weeks with the likes of Liam Kelly and Fankaty Dabo, the City manager is keen to break his best players back into the side from the bench.
And asked ahead of Saturday’s game with the Rams if he’s ready to be involved, Robins said: “It’s too early to give you that information. We’ll look at what his outputs are.
“He trained again yesterday and we’ll see where he’s at but the potential is that he’s going to be OK and that he’ll be able to play some part, so I’ve got my fingers crossed on that.
“I’ll watch him again in training today and do little bits of work with him and some final bits of preparation and see how he is and what he’s looking like.”
Ddefender Leo Ostigard, meanwhile, is available after serving a one match suspension but wing-back Julian Dacosta is ruled out with a stomach muscle strain.