If you think that an international break means there's no action from the npower Football League, then you are very wrong - as this Sunday there's an npower League 1 double-header live on Sky Sports.

First up, at 1.15pm, Coventry City welcome Stevenage to the Ricoh Arena in what will be the first competitive meeting between the two sides.

Stevenage came into the Football League in 2010 after winning the Blue Square Premier title and then won their second successive promotion a year later, going up via the League 2 Play-Offs.

They challenged at the top end of npower League 1 last term, making the Play-Offs, but were beaten narrowly at the semi-final stage by Sheffield United.

Gary Smith will be hoping his side can challenge at the top of the division again, and they have made a steady start with two wins and two draws. Both of their wins have come on the road, so they will head to Coventry with high hopes of another three points.

It has been a far from steady start for the Sky Blues, who were relegated from the npower Championship last season. Andy Thorn was dismissed after three draws in the first three matches of the campaign and former player Richard Shaw has been given the caretaker role.

He hasn't been able to master a victory in the league as yet, losing 1-0 against Crewe Alexandra in his opening game in charge, but will be hungry for three points on Sunday to get City up and running with wins, and enhance his chances of getting the post on a permanent basis.

As one game comes to a close on Sunday, another one begins as Crawley Town host Portsmouth in a 3.30pm kick-off.

Like Coventry and Stevenage, Crawley and Portsmouth have also never locked horns in a competitive fixture before.

While Pompey won the FA Cup and finished eighth in the Premier League in the 2007/08 season, the Red Devils finished 15th in the Blue Square Premier. Fast forward four years and the two now meet in a league fixture - how times have changed.

Crawley have seemingly maintained the momentum from their third-placed finish in League 2 last term that won them promotion, and they have taken nine points from their opening four matches of this season.

Michael Appleton's men, however, remain winless. They did manage a midweek victory against Bournemouth in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, though, and that could provide them with the catalyst they need to kick-start their npower League 1 campaign.

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