As the Sky Blues get set to take on Walsall this weekend, we take a look some of those to have represented both sides.
Current Sky Blues manager Mark Robins started his playing career at Manchester United in 1988, before having spells at clubs including Norwich City, Leicester City, Copenhagen and Panionions.
Robins then joined Walsall in 1999 where he went on to make 40 appearances for the Saddlers. Mark would end up finishing his playing career after making almost 400 career appearances, scoring over 100 goals.
The Sierra Leone born striker, started his professional career in 2013 at the Saddlers.
Bakayoko made his first loan move to Southport, which he would score on his debut as a substitute and he would then make further loans to AFC Telford United and Worcester City.
After making 93 appearances for Walsall scoring 9 goals, Bakayoko would make his move to the Sky Blues in August 2018 on a two-year deal.
Bakayoko has made 13 appearances for Coventry, scoring 3 goals which were two late finishes vs Charlton Athletic and bagging one against Plymouth.
The Liverpool born defender joined Walsall as a junior in 2003 and the following year he would sign his first professional contract with the club.
Scott then had loan spells at Koge BK, Redditch United, Hednesford Town, before breaking into the Walsall first team, where he helped the club get promoted from League Two as champions in the 2006-07 season.
After 59 appearances for the Saddlers, Dann moved to the Sky Blues in 2008 and he would carry on his impressive form, earning himself a call up to the England Under-21 side.
Dann became captain of Coventry in the 2008-09 season, before move to Birmingham City in 2009, where he would stay until 2011 leaving for Blackburn Rovers and then eventually joining his current club Crystal Palace in 2014.