The last time City traveled to Bramall Lane they let a two goal lead slip in what proved to be Steven Pressley's last game in charge...
Coventry City have only lost one of the last six against Sheffield United as the two sides come head-to-head once more on Saturday.
That defeat came at Bramall Lane on the last day of the 2013/14 season, where Nathan Delfouneso opened the scoring before two second-half strikes from Ryan Flynn and Ben Davies gave them the victory.
The last time the two sides met however resulted in a 2-2 draw for the Sky Blues, proving to be the last game of Steven Pressley's managerial reign. Dominic Samuel netted twice to give City a 2-0 lead but that lead didn't last as two late goals earned a point for the Blades.
That draw means that in the 59 all-time clashes between the pair, the Sky Blues have won 21 times, with the Blades winning 19 with 19 draws.
City have won three of the six matches between the pair in League One, so the Sky Blues travel to Bramall Lane with the history of the fixture in their favour.