Both of these enter this fixture having won just one of their last five fixtures, leaving them dangerously close to the relegation zone.
The home side managed to rescue a point against Derby in midweek, courtesy of a last-gasp Gustavo Hamer goal to cancel out Colin Kazam-Richards 83rd minute strike. The Sky Blues have struggled defensively this season, conceding the most out of any side with 25. However, each of their last four games have failed to yield more than two goals, highlighting a rather flat season so far for Mark Robins’ side.
Their opponents this weekend Rotherham sit just a place below them in 20th, having lost 2-0 at home to Brentford on Tuesday evening. They will be without Mickel Miller, who, after coming on as a 70th-minute substitute, managed to accumulate two yellow cards and hand Brentford a penalty late on.
In doing so, they joined Wycombe and Nottingham Forest as the joint-second side with the most losses this season, so The Millers will be hoping this weekend could provide a realistic opportunity for three points.
However, with both of these sides struggling to find any form in front of goal, we expect this to be a tight affair in which neither team will be wanting to drop points. Therefore, our tip is for the match to end in a draw, and under 2.5 goals at 7/2.