Coventry City manager Mark Robins is hoping there will be a decent turn out of City supporters when the Sky Blues take on MK Dons at the Ricoh Arena tonight.(7.45pm)
Speaking to club journalist Keiran Crowley, Robins said: "The away support this week has been magnificent, both at Oldham and Arsenal. Obviously we had big, big numbers at Arsenal but at Oldham on Saturday, it sometimes felt like a home game. They made that much noise.
"When we come to play at home, they can be our twelfth man. It is our job to give them something to cheer. But likewise, if they can stick with us, it is a huge boost and it gives players plenty of confidence.
"That support can aid a player’s recovery and development. We have to respond to their good wishes and the noise they make by encouraging them to do it even more.
"Things will get better and better. The ball will be on the floor tomorrow night so it should be a good game between two good sides and hopefully the fans can play their part."