Rovers will be aiming to maintain their place in the play-offs when they take on Mark Robins’ in-form Coventry side.

Jon Dahl Tomasson’s men had to settle for a point against Hull City at the weekend following a goalless draw.

Rovers are currently one point above Coventry in the table despite having played a game fewer at this stage.

The Sky Blues enter the game on the back of a comfortable 3-0 victory at QPR, with Viktor Gyokeres bagging a brace and Gustavo Hamer also getting on the scoresheet.

Robins’ side have lost just one of their last 13 games in the league – a run stretching back to early February.

When and where is the game being played?

The fixture takes place at Ewood Park on Wednesday, April 19 (7.45pm). Rovers were beaten 1-0 when the sides met earlier in the season, with Jake Garrett sent off five minutes from time.

Their last win in the fixture came in October 2020 thanks to Harvey Elliott, Sam Gallagher and an Adam Armstrong brace.

How to follow the action

The best place to follow the action is our matchday blog, featuring build-up and live updates from the ground.

With the game being played on a week night, it is also available to watch live on Sky Sports Football (channel 403 for UK viewers) via the red button.

Live commentary is available via RoversTV and supporters can purchase a monthly audio pass for £4.50. BBC Radio Lancashire will also be covering the game on FM and DAB.

Will highlights be available?

Highlights will be available both on RoversTV and the club’s YouTube channel after the game.

The action will also be featured on the EFL highlights show on ITV4, which airs at 10:30pm on Wednesday night after the full round of fixtures has been completed.

The channel can be found on 117 Freesat, Sky 120, Freeview 26 and Virgin 178 for domestic viewers.

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