A massive game at either end of the table takes place this Saturday with Sheffield Wednesday taking on Coventry City at Hillsborough where the Owls are aiming to close the gap on Huddersfield Town just above them.
The Terriers currently boast of a four-point gap on Wednesday in the Championship, which leaves them down in the relegation zone for yet another week. In fact, there have been only two weeks across the entire season that have seen Wednesday move out of the bottom three.
Ultimately, there has been very little hope for fans of the Sheffield outfit this season, but with them moving off the foot of the table in the past few weeks, things have got much better. With a gap of four points on Huddersfield now, Wednesday have managed to win one more game than them with six on the board after a fantastic 3-1 win over playoff hopefuls Hull City on New Year's Day.
Marvin Johnson, Djeidi Gassama and Josh Windass all scored goals for that day, as the Owls had six shots on target from 23 efforts - this is the most they've produced in a Championship game since returning to the division this season.
Another win away to Preston North End in Deepdale would come before this, as Wednesday kept their winning run going with a fantastic 4-0 battering over Cardiff City in the FA Cup third round. Windass netted again that day, alongside an own goal and a finish each from Liam Palmer and Mallik Wilks.
On the other hand, despite the positivity shown within the past month, Wednesday were thrashed 4-0 by Southampton at St. Mary's last time out.
Coventry are once again challenging for a spot in the Premier League for next season after losing the playoff final in brutal fashion last year. The Sky Blues are back within the top six playoff spots after a recent unbeaten run that stretches back to early December when they lost at Portman Road to Ipswich Town. This stretch has also seen the club beat Wednesday 2-0 back on Boxing Day, as Liam Kitching got sent off after a brace from Tatsuhiro Sakamoto.
Further wins over Middlesbrough and Sunderland away from home within the past month see Coventry sit as one of the most in-form sides in the Championship right now, as they've also managed to take a point off fellow promotion hopefuls, Leeds United at Elland Road and Southampton back at home. The club have also beat Birmingham City 2-0 and drawn 2-2 with Swansea City in the past few weeks before a stunning 6-2 win over Oxford United in the FA Cup third round.
However, it is their recent sensational 3-1 win over the table-topping Leicester City that puts them as the league's most in-form side, as Callym O'Hare scored twice in a comeback win alongside a goal from Milan van Ewijk.
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