Game 52 - Wolves 1-2 Birmingham - Not a bad match for a total of £15 all things included, a lot less stressful than going to see my actual club. Some very decent Friday night viewing. MMOTM - CCFC exclusive unfortunately.
Game 53 - Coventry 1-3 Swindon - We remembered that we weren't actually that good at football and that the Gillingham victory was a one off by being smashed at home by Swindon. On a side note George Thomas scored a worldie. MMOTM - George Thomas
Game 54 - Shrewsbury 0-0 Coventry - We played quite well, it was funny seeing Shrewsbury fans all run down to the front, average age of about 13, all run down to the front ready to give it large but then the penalty was spooned down the middle at Burge's legs. Russell Slade's fued with Bigirimana finally came to blows when he was practically pinned down and forced to play him, funnily enough he played incredibly after Andy Rose looked like he'd been shot. Slade was sacked the day after though, replaced immediately by Robins. MMOTM - Gael Bigirimana
Game 55 - Coventry 0-2 Bradford - For the first half we played decent, first 20 of the second we switched off by which point the game was over completely. They're quite good though so I wasn't too bothered to see us lose. MMOTM - Ben Stevenson
Game 56 - Coventry 0-2 Southend - Possibly the pick of the bunch for poor performances this season, 2 dodgy goals early on and we displayed no signs of playing average football at all. It was painful viewing . MMOTM - Dion Kelly-Evans
Game 57 - MK Dons 1-0 Coventry - We didn't play badly, just not very good at all. MK took advantage of our average performance and scored a belter from about 25 yards, not really much you can do. MMOTM - Jodi Jones
Game 58 - Coventry 2-1 Port Vale - Completely out of nowhere we decided to play some decent football. Kyel Reid scoring a goal of the season contender along with Kwame Thomas' backheel finish. We slipped a little conceding a fairly simple header but all in all it was a decent performance. Not that any of that matters. MMOTM - Kyel Reid
That takes us back to now, where we hosted potential play off dark horses Bristol Rovers in a game which is a dead rubber for us, but crucial for them, which we saw with the 4,000 visiting fans in the away end. In the least cruel way possible, I thought it would have been great to see us ruin their day and come out as victors.
As I've said, it doesn't really matter too much, but it was nice to see us come away with three points and all but kill Rovers' play off hopes. I can't help but think we would have been battered had that been under Slade but instead of Robins. We showed real signs of being a functioning football team, it's just a shame it's too little too late.
Next match, and my sixtieth, is just your average trip to north London with 45,000 other Coventry fans in the Checkatraade Trophy final. Nothing too big. I will be building up the clubs biggest moment in years by doing a weeks worth of preparation called 'March to the Arch' looking back on what brought us here.
My Man of the Match - George Thomas - Georgey has gone under the radar this season but has been one of our best players. He's scored goals in the cups as well this season, getting us to the final, so deserves to be in the starting eleven at Wembley. I'm giddy even thinking about it.