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"What we've done away from home recently has been good, with that in mind we should relish the game." Coventry City's Tony Mowbray

5 April 2015

The Sky Blues boss wants to see his side continue their recent away form in crucial clash tomorrow afternoon...

Coventry City manager Tony Mowbray believes his side have nothing to fear against Notts County tomorrow.

The Sky Blues were defeated 1-0 by Leyton Orient on Wednesday but had won three consecutive away fixtures prior to the Orient game.

With the away form in mind, Mowbray believes that it should be a game to relish and is confident of a crucial win in the League One relegation battle.

"From Wednesday night we've found the positives and we have to think about the performance," Mowbray said.

"It's my job as a football manager to prepare the players after disappointment and it's the job of a footballer to live with disappointments and bounce back from them.

"You need a tight group who look after each other and get ready for the next game.

"What we've done away from home recently has been good, so with that in mind we should relish the game. Every game is tough but we should go into it with confidence."

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