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Football: Sphinx chase fifth victory.

COVENTRY Sphinx aim to make it five straight wins when they entertain Aspire Midland Alliance rivals Causeway United at Sphinx Drive today (3.00pm).

Manager Paul Charnley returns from holiday and is looking for the players to continue their current form ahead of Tuesday's semi final first leg at Market Drayton saying: "We are determined to finish in the top four so picking up three points is just as important as the cup"

Midfielder Kyle Rhodes returns from suspension while Charnley is expected to keep faith with youngsters Dave Freeman and Anthony Bevas.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 14, 2009
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