Leeds United return to the Championship and we take a look at next season's opponents.
Stadium: Elland Road
Year Formed: 1919
Nickname: The Whites
Most League Appearance: Jack Charlton - 777
Most League Goals: Peter Lorimer - 238
Record League Win: 8-0 v Leicester City, 7 April 1934
Record League Defeat: 1-8 v Stoke City, 27 August 1934
Last Five Years
2022/23: 19th in Premier League – 31 points
2021/22: 17th in Premier League – 38 points
2020/21: 9th in Premier League – 59 points
2019/20: 1st in Championship – 93 points
2018/19: 3rd in Championship – 83 points
He began his managerial career with SV Lippstadt, spending six years with the non-league side, taking them from the sixth tier to the fourth tier of German football.
The 44-year-old then spent two seasons in charge of Borussia Dortmund’s reserve side before being appointed as Norwich manager ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.
He led the club to a 14th place finish in his first season in charge before storming to the Championship title in 2018/19, guiding Norwich back into the Premier League for the first time in three seasons.
The Canaries were relegated back to the Championship after just one season in the top-flight but, he led them straight back to the Premier League the following season.
However, Farke was dismissed in November and would go on to have short stints at Krasondar and Borussia Mönchengladbach, before returning to England and taking the reins at Leeds United.
Notable names to have connections between the two clubs through playing are Darren Huckerby, Noel Whelan, Gordon Strachan, Michael Doyle, Robbie Keane and Gary McAllister.
Coventry v Leeds United Head-to-Head:
Games won: 18
Games drawn: 22
Games lost: 43
Last Time We Met – Coventry 2-1 Leeds, Championship, 14 February 2012
The last time the two sides met, it was the Sky Blues who came out on top at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
Gary McSheffrey struck twice from the penalty spot, to cancel out Ross McCormack’s equaliser midway through the first half.
The final penalty was in the 90th minute, as City left it late to snatch all three points.
Sky Blues XI: Joe Murphy (GK), Jordan Clarke, Richard Keogh, Cyrus Christie, Martin Cranie, Carl Baker, Gary Deegan, Oliver Norwood, Gary McSheffrey, Alex Nimley, Clive Platt.
Subs: Chris Dunn (GK), Jordan Willis, Gael Bigirimana, Josh Ruffels, Freddy Eastwood