Coventry City are one of just four clubs in the English Football League with a perfect home record this season.
Sky Blues are the only Championship club to sport such a record and are joined in the exclusive club by Premier League outfit Everton and League One sides Sunderland and Wycombe Wanderers, according to playmakerstats.
But that 100% record will face a stern test this weekend when Fulham arrive in the city on Saturday lunchtime.
The west London club sport the joint-best away record in the Championship five games in and have scored a division high 12 goals so far, including five against Huddersfield Town and four at Birmingham City.
Marco Silva’s side, who sit two points behind Sky Blues ahead of the midweek round of matches, are one of several who have faired better on their travels than in front of their own fans to date.
This was also the case last season under previous boss Scott Parker when, albeit largely in front of empty stadiums, Fulham picked up eight more points away than they did at Craven Cottage in the Premier League.
It will be far from an empty stadium next weekend, though, as Sky Blues continue to set attendance milestones this season on their return to the Coventry Building Society Arena.
“Last Wednesday’s home attendance of over 16,000 was our highest crowd for a midweek league game (apart from the Ricoh Return game v Gillingham in 2014) since 2009,” he confirmed, “when Newcastle United were the visitors in the Championship, and another milestone for the Club on this exciting journey.”