Coventry v Exeter: League Two play-off final live on Sky Sports Football
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Last Updated: 28/05/18 4:52pm
Coventry face Exeter in the Sky Bet League Two play-off final at Wembley with a place in League One the prize for the winner.
Ahead of the massive encounter, which is live on Sky Sports Football from 2.30pm on Monday, we provide you will all the team news, keys stats, manager quotes and predictions here...
Exeter winger Lee Holmes remains sidelined with an ankle injury, while the Sky Blues will once again be without injured midfielders Jodi Jones and Tony Andreu (both ACL) and Peter Vincenti (ankle).
Neither side has any fresh fitness concerns ahead of the game at Wembley.
Exeter are just the second team to reach the fourth-tier play-off final in consecutive seasons after Blackpool, who did so in 1990-91 and 1991-92 - the Seasiders won promotion at the second attempt.
Coventry are looking to become the first fourth-tier team to win the play-off final after finishing sixth in the regular season since Stevenage in 2011 - each of the last three teams that finished sixth and made the final have lost.
The Grecians have played three previous matches at Wembley, all play-off finals - twice in the Conference (lost in 2007 to Morecambe, won in 2008 against Cambridge) and last season against Blackpool, when they lost 2-1.
Coventry have won two of their last three meetings with Exeter in all competitions, however they did lose the most recent game back in January (0-1 at St. James Park).
This will be the second time Mark Robins has taken charge of Coventry at Wembley, having won the FL Trophy against Oxford there last April (2-1).
In eight of the last nine League Two play-off finals, the team scoring first has gone on to win promotion - the exception was in 2015, when Wycombe took the lead in extra-time against Southend but lost on penalties.
Mark Robins: "I think it will be the biggest day of the players' careers, or most of the players' careers. Certainly in the recent history of Coventry City this hasn't been seen for a long time, and this is an opportunity for everybody, it doesn't come around that often in people's careers.
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Mark Robins says his Coventry players have a chance to enter club folklore when they face Exeter City in the League Two play-off final.
"It's [about] just recognising the chance that you can build yourself into the history of the football club and a lot of them are in the really early stages [of their careers] - some of them have only broken into the first team this year.
"It's a great experience for them and one that everybody is really looking forward to."
Paul Tisdale: "It is down to me and my coaching team to give them clarity of focus on what they need to concentrate on during the game on Monday. The thing is you cannot guarantee anything. You can get everything right. We might play our very best and the opponent might just be better than us or we might get a bad decision.
"We have just got to be satisfied that we have done our best and we have covered as many of the grey areas that we can. I think we face a very difficult opponent in Coventry. You can see that in how they played in their second leg against Notts County. Yes, we played well but they did too."
These two sides had very different Wembley experiences last season. While Coventry enjoyed success in the Checkatrade Trophy final, Exeter suffered the misery of play-off final defeat. Full credit to Paul Tisdale and Co, though, they have bounced back well to give themselves a second bite of the cherry.
There are questions marks over Tisdale's future, but he looked completely focused after their win over Lincoln and there won't be a thought in his head about a single thing beyond Monday. Mark Robins, meanwhile, cares so much about getting Coventry back to where they belong and his sheer will has done a lot to drive that club to this position.
In attack, Jayden Stockley has been in fantastic form in front of goal for Exeter this season, but Coventry have their own big threat in Marc McNulty, who was ruthless over two legs against Notts County.
This is a tough one to call between two sides who will feel they should be playing at a higher level. Both sides try to play on the floor and they might cancel each other out a little bit. I do have a feeling that Coventry, with their fans out in force, will nick this one.
David Prutton predicts: Coventry to win 1-0 with Marc McNulty to score (16/1 with Sky Bet)