Teams: Derby County, Burton Albion
Billy Davies has issued a rallying cry to his Derby troops, insisting the time has come for them to make a big push for the Premiership.
The Rams now have their destiny in their own hands, as they sit four points clear of Birmingham following a drama-filled Easter Monday.
Derby had to battle back from a goal down to draw with Coventry, while Blues were beaten at Barnsley.
The Rams have four games left in their campaign and Davies is looking for his players to dig in and secure promotion.
"We've now got to go and grab this with both hands," said Davies.
"We've got to be confident, we've got to be positive and we've got to have that belief.
"We know it won't be easy, we know there's tough games ahead, we know there's still lots of twists and turns."
Coventry assistant manager Tim Flowers felt The Sky Blues merited three points from their trip to Pride Park, having led through Leon McKenzie.
"We've come here to the champions-elect, a team that have been playing some outstanding football, and arguably should have won the game," said Flowers. "We've restricted them to a great save from Mash [Andy Marshall] in the first half and then a backheel scissor-kick type thing which is fantastic piece of opportunist skill.
"I thought we asked questions going the other way. I thought [Isaac] Osbourne was outstanding on the right.
"McKenzie was a thorn down the left-hand channel. But what we did do this week was move the ball quicker, one and two-touch and switch play a little bit more.
Originally Posted by Nico
I dont belive in jinxing mate, I do belive in playing at home with a 2-0 advantage against a team which I cant see scoring 2 goals!
Of course, if we lose, I'll never admit it was me who wrote this.
Forest 2-5 Yeovil aet
Brian Clough - Legend!