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Coventry City v Exeter City

Coventry vs Exeter: TV channel, live stream, squad news & preview

10:00 AM EDT 5/25/18
Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale
Both clubs are seeking a return to League One in what is expected to be a keenly-contested encounter at Wembley

The League Two play-off final takes place on Monday between Coventry City and Exeter City, with a place in League One up for grabs.

Both teams have enjoyed impressive seasons and will hope to cap it off with promotion.

Coventry are back at Wembley just one season after their EFL trophy triumph, and will be hoping this is the first step in their rise back up the league ladder.

Game Exeter vs Coventry
Date Monday, May 28
Time 3:00pm BST / 10:00am ET

TV Channel, Live Stream & How to Watch


In the United States (US), the game can not be watched.

US TV channel Online stream
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In the United Kingdom (UK), the game can be watched live on TV on Sky Sports Football and it can be streamed live online using Sky Go.

UK TV channel Online stream
Sky Sports Football Sky Go

Squads & Team News


Position Coventry players
Goalkeepers Burge, O'Brien, Addai
Defenders Grimmer, Stokes, Willis, McDonald, Davies, Kelly-Evans, Haynes, Camwell, Thompson
Midfielders Kelly, Vincenti, Doyle, Jones, Kelly-Evans, Shipley, Maycock, Sayoud, Bayliss, Reid, Finn, Westbrooke
Forwards Biamou, McNulty, Beavon, Maguire-Drew, Clarke-Harris, Ponticelli

Coventry should have a full squad available for selection in the play-off final except for defender Tom Davies who is suspended.

Potential Coventry starting XI: Burge, Grimmer, Willis, Hyam, Stokes, Bayliss, Doyle, Kelly, Shipley, McNulty, Biamou.

Position Exeter players
Goalkeepers Pym, Jones, Williams, 
Defenders Sweeney, Woodman, Archibald-Henville, Tillson, Moore-Taylor, Seaborne, Moxey, Wilson, Croll, Storey
Midfielders James, Harley, Holmes, Byrne, Taylor, Sparkes, Boateng
Forwards Simpson, Stockley, Brunt, Mcalinden, Edwards, Loft

Exeter have a fully-fit squad for Monday's huge game.

Potential Exeter XI: Pym, Sweeney, Storey, Moore-Taylor, Moxey, James, Tillson, Boateng, Harley, Stockley, Taylor


Betting & Match Odds


Coventry will go off as slight favourites to win on Monday at 13/10, whereas Exeter are 11/5. The draw is also 11/5.

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Match Preview


Things are finally looking up for Coventry after a nightmare past few years throughout their financial turmoil.

Coventry beat a hearty Notts County team 4-1 in the semi-final second leg to get to Wembley, although the scoreline doesn't tell the whole story as they were helped on their way by some favourable decisions.

However, Coventry did look good in spells, with Maxime Biamou looking a real handful going forward, and Exeter will have to keep an eye out for him.

Mark McNulty has found the back of the net 25 times for Coventry this season and he is always a threat.

Paul Tisdale will hope to take Exeter back to League One after their relegation six years ago. 

The long-serving manager has been in charge for 12 years and has overseen promotions and a relegation during that time.

Jayden Stockley will be Exeter's biggest goalscoring threat as he has scored 20 times in the league this season.