Info on tickets, head-to-head and players who have played for both are all in our preview here!
Coventry City take on Luton Town tomorrow afternoon seeking the first win of their pre-season schedule to date.
The game will kick-off at 3:00pm at Kenilworth Road and below, we look at some past meetings between the sides, players who have played for both teams and ticket info for fans looking to make the trip to Luton!
Tickets for the game tomorrow are available on the gate.
Prices are £12 for adults, £6 for Under-22s and over-65s and free for under-10s (maximum of three per paid ticket.)
Kenilworth Road has hosted several games between the pair...
City have played the Hatters 78 times throughout their history.
The most recent clash between the pair saw City run out 1-0 winners in the Championship in 2007. Leon McKenzie netted the winner with 14 minutes to play at the Ricoh Arena.
The Sky Blues have come out on top in 40 of the clashes, with 14 draws and 24 defeats.
Several players have played in the fixture, but only a handful have actually played for both teams...
PLAYED FOR BOTH
Don Hutchinson is the one of the more recent player to play for both sides and was a direct transfer between the clubs in 2007.
But Trevor Peake is arguably the most legendary, having been a part of the Sky Blues' FA Cup victory in 1987. Peake played 336 times for City before making the move to Luton in 1991.
Peake played at Kenilworth Road for seven years and made 202 appearances, before going on to have a number of different roles with the Sky Blues, including caretaker manager with Steve Ogrizovic after Gordon Strachan left the club.
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