Ahead of the Bantams' visit to the Ricoh on Saturday, City are currently trailing Bradford in the all time head-to-head record...
Coventry go into Saturday’s game against Bradford having only beaten the Bantams once in the previous eleven meetings between the pair.
Played – 29
Games won – 7
Games drawn – 12
Games lost – 10
Since the club’s first meeting over 90 years ago, the overall record is extremely close, with just three wins separating the sides.
In the last meeting between the two sides at the beginning of the season, Bradford ran out 3-1 winners, aided by a Jordan Turnbull dismissal.
Dan Agyei opened the scoring, but three goals in eight second half minutes from Tony McMahon (2) and Mark Marshall gave the home side all three points.
City's only win in their previous eleven meetings came at the back end of last season, as Andy Rose scored with his first touch to all but end the Bantams chance at automatic promotion.
The midfielder latched onto an Adam Armstrong flick on to emphatically finish past Ben Williams as the ball crashed off the underside of the crossbar.
Last five fixtures: LWDDL
The Sky Blues will be aiming for victory on Saturday, which will see them reduce the deficit in the all time head-to head record.
League One: Bradford City 3-1 Coventry City
League One: Coventry City 1-0 Bradford City
League One: Bradford City 0-0 Coventry City
League One: Coventry City 1-1 Bradford City
League One: Bradford City 3-2 Coventry City