Notts County V Coventry City
npower League 1
Location: Meadow Lane
Date: Saturday 27 April 2013
First team manager Chris Kiwomya made two tickets available for this game, after winning on the weekly Lifeline draw. County fan Mark Bradley has won the tickets and the opportunity to spend time with the gaffer for a post-match debrief after the final whistle.
Notts County: Andre Boucaud is available for selection again following the completion of his two-game ban.
Neal Bishop (hamstring) and Bartosz Bialkowski (illness) are available for selection again.
Coventry City: Back-up goalkeeper Chris Dunn is in line for a start after first choice stopper suffered a groin strain.
Left-back Blair Adams is expected to start his first game in two-and-a-half months due to former Magpie Jordan Stewart (groin) being ruled out.
"We’ve had back-to-back wins now and we want to continue this run with a good result against Coventry. " (Magpie Player
"Yes it's the last game of the season but we've worked hard this week towards getting a result because we have a certain style of play that we want to adopt. Saturday is another opportunity for us to take another step closer to that style." (ccfc.co.uk
Aside from departed frontman David McGoldrick, midfield Carl Baker has been the Sky Blues' main source of goals this season.
The fleet-footed winger, 30, has bagged an impressive 15 goals this term across all competitions.
Overall, he has made 54 appearances this term and his most recent finish came in a 1-1 draw with Brentford on 13 April.
Only on one occasion that he has scored have Coventry not taken anything from a game.
Coventry's last visit to Meadow Lane was back in 1992, when both sides were top-flight outfits.
Notts came out on top on the day, after Dean Thomas' hit forced an own goal.
You can watch highlights of the match on Magpie Player.
Capital One, sponsors of the League Cup, has kindly donated their allocation of tickets for this season to one of our popular community schemes.
School of the Week, which gives local learning establishments an opportunity to watch a Magpies’ game for free, will have additional tickets to give away for this weekend’s home encounter with Coventry City.
Saturday’s School of the Week is St Laurence C of E Primary and they will be bringing over 700 pupils to the game, who will cheer on the team from the Haydn Green Family Stand.
For full details about becoming School of the Week, click here
The Meadow Lane Sports Bar will be open for home supporters from 10am.
Ultimate Madness II will be performing in the MLSB after the match. For full details, click here