Sky Sports’ David Prutton has predicted that Norwich will take a comfortable win on its trip to Coventry City on Wednesday night

After four winless and goalless games straight away, Daniel Farke’s men got their mojo back on Saturday by beating Stoke City – their biggest win in the campaign

But while Norwich returned to the top of the championship they’re just one point ahead of runner-up Brentford, though they’ll still be wary of the likes of Watford and Swansea City, who are five years old, points back, however have two games in hand after their weekend postponement

After only two league wins since Christmas, the Sky Blues are moving towards the relegation zone and only two places and three points above the danger come into play tonight

Mark Robins’ team have been impressive on home soil this season, having lost only once at his temporary home since November, although they need to start converting draws into wins to avoid an immediate return to League One

“I often refer to Coventry’s unbeaten run in November and December, which has no doubt contributed to their staying away from the bottom three so far. The problem is that they’ve only won two games in two months and are soon going to be each other could be in the bottom three games

After playing four games without a win last week and giving Brentford first place, Norwich returned to the summit with a 4-1 win over Stoke I’m sure they will build on that in the weeks to come and it at St Andrews should manage two out of two ”

Before the Stoke game, Norwich was struggling, but I think the win will be the catalyst for Farke’s men to start a winning run and work towards an automatic promotion

Coventry’s defensive record at St Andrew’s was generally good So don’t expect this to be an easy night for the front runners, but they have more than enough quality to take the win

I’m Jake Sanders, a freelance journalist for Snack Media covering everything in the Football League World after joining the company in March 2020

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