On the back of this weekend's straightforward 2-0 home win against Millwall, Bolton Wanderers welcome struggling Coventry City to the Reebok on Tuesday night.
We find our visitors in a familiar spot with unrest in the stands being met with the same in the boardroom.
Fan unhappiness with the owners has grown to such a degree that a recent saw a supporter-led takeover approach for blocked by the owners who have insisted the club is not for sale. When Sisu took over in December 2007 the club was in the second tier of English football and supporters were told the ambition was a return to the Premier League. This hasn't come to pass, with them now being in the midst of their 5th consecutive League One campaign.
Manager Tony Mowbray left the club at the end of September, cryptically saying that he could no longer improve the club - this following a run of ten games without a win to start the league season. His long-term assistant, Mark Venus, stepped in as caretaker and has since overseen a run of four wins in eight matches.
Recent form has improved but they come into the game on the back of a heavy 4-1 defeat away to Oxford United leaving them in 19th position with 19 points from 18 matches in League One.
There is a familiar face heading Coventry's goalscorer charts this season in the shape of Marvin Sordell. Twitter pioneer and entrepreneur, Sordell has four goals in all competitions this season and will no doubt be looking forward to coming back to the club where he made 25 appearances over three seasons, scoring four times himself.
His time at Bolton was marked in controversy what his well-document fallouts with managers and fans at the time. His departure was not mourned, shall we say.
A summer of upheaval at saw Réda Johnson, Marc-Antoine Fortuné, Conor Thomas, Aaron Martin, Martin Lorentzson, Jim O'Brien, Aaron Phillips, Peter Ramage, Stephen Hunt and Darius Henderson are all released following the end of their contracts.
Notable incomings included Gaël Bigirimana from Newcastle United and Kwame Thomas from Derby County. Safe to say that none of these have ripped up any trees to date in a Sky Blue shirt.
It should be a comfortable win for the home side. I have full confidence in the boys that we can continue our assault on the automatic promotion places.