Millwall’s fixture away to Bournemouth on Boxing Day and at home to Watford on 29th December were deferred until a later date after the club’s Calmont Road preparing ground was shut to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in their camp.

In this way, Gary Rowett’s side last took to the field a fortnight back, in a 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest which had followed a urgently required win over Bristol City.

That unforeseen victory at Ashton Gate broke a winless run of 10 counterparts for the innocuous Lions, who have just gotten 17 goals in 20 Championship games up until this point.

As befits a Rowett-oversaw side, their defense has been strikingly tough however with only 18 goals conceded sitting among the best records in the division.

The entirety of this has brought about his charges enlisting draw half of their installations to date, as caginess has bested experience at the New Den this season.

Then, The visitor to one of London’s most un-cherished scenes have encountered huge issues at the back with 30 goals conceded, just base club Wycombe Wanderers have allowed in more than Coventry this season.

The League One bosses have as of late recuperated from an extreme beginning to life back in the subsequent level however and have looked somewhat more agreeable at Championship level.

Between the finish of November and mid-December, the Sky Blues set up an unbeaten run of eight matches, pulling themselves away from the relegation zone simultaneously.

From that point forward, notwithstanding, chief Mark Robins has seen his side battle for goals and Tuesday’s 2-0 defeat at Preston North End was the fourth game in succession in which City have neglected to locate the net.

Their supervisor in the past a striker with Manchester United has obviously encouraged his leftover players to take shots at goals all the more promptly, as their shot-bashful nature has seen Coventry descend the standings.

Having won their first group match of the schedule year six times out of the last seven, the Sky Blues would be charmed to additionally adorn that shining New Year record against fight solidified resistance this end of the week.


Few would foresee a furious goals gold mine at the New Den, as Millwall’s defense is teak-intense and the meeting attack has been practically non-existent in late games. Coventry, notwithstanding, can bring home a highlight keep in contact with the Lions, as the home side sets aside effort to settle once more into Championship life following a fourteen day cutback.However considering all this and more , we foresee a draw in this match.