Venue: Meadow Lane
Date: Saturday, April 27th
Competition: npower League One
Coventry City travel to Meadow Lane for their final game of the 2012/13 League One season against Notts County.
Steven Pressley’s side are hoping to end the season on a high after losing their last two matches and falling to 16th place in the League One table.
Leyton Orient grabbed all three points from City’s final home game of the League One season with Dean Cox netting the winner on the stroke of half-time.
Notts County are set to finish the season in mid-table having had promotion hopes at the start of the 2012/13 season.
It was hoped Keith Curle would lead the Magpies into the play-offs but County’s form dipped during a difficult Christmas period, leading to Curle’s departure in February.
Former Ipswich Town player Chris Kiwomya was the Development Coach at Meadow Lane and he stepped up to become caretaker Manager.
Despite just winning three games, Kiwomya was made permanent manager in March 2013. Having been named permanent manager, the side are ending the season solidly, winning their last two games and are currently placed in 11th position.
Since the first meeting between the two sides 93 years ago, Notts County have the upper hand, beating Coventry 16 times out of 33 meetings.
City have recorded 10 wins and there have been six draws.
Last five fixtures
20/10/2012 Coventry 1-2 Notts County, League One
14/08/2007 Coventry 3-0 Notts County, Carling Cup
11/04/1992 Notts County 1-0 Coventry, English Division One
14/09/1991 Coventry 1-0 Notts County, English Division One
17/03/1984 Notts County 2-1 Coventry, English Division One
The former Manchester City goalkeeper and current Leicester City No.1 enjoyed a loan spell at City in 2008.
He made nine appearances for the club and his form at the Ricoh Arena alerted Notts County who snapped the Dane up.
He spent one season with the Meadow Lane club and played a crucial part in County’s promotion to League One.
The current Coventry City left-back started the 2012/13 League One season with Notts County.
Stewart was released from his contract at Millwall at the end of the 2011/12 season and signed a short-term contract with County in October. He made nine league appearances for the side before being released in January.
City snapped Stewart up on a free transfer and he is set to feature in the last game of the League One season.
The former Coventry City manager also played for Notts County during his playing career.
Inside-forward McIntyre started his career at Walsall before moving on to Notts County and ended his playing career with Coventry City in 1908.
He continued to work for the club as chief trainer and was credited with producing a number of young players for City’s Southern League side.
In 1919, McIntyre moved to Southampton to take on the manager’s role and stayed on the South Coast for five years, with varying degrees of success.
He re-joined Coventry as manager in 1928 and led the club to its best ever league position, finishing sixth in the 1929/30 Third Division season. He ended his management career with Fulham in 1934.
The French striker moved to Notts County at the start of the 2012/13 season and has scored seven times in 26 appearances.
After spells in France with Nancy B, Nantes B, Quimper, PSG B and Red Star 93, Arquin signed for Hereford United after a successful trial in July 2011.
Having only made 16 appearances for Hereford, he scored eight goals and his form alerted Notts County who snapped him up on a free transfer.
He has enjoyed a productive season with County and should feature against the Sky Blues on Saturday.