The Sky Blues are seven unbeaten in Sky Bet League Two with four wins and three draws to their name, most recently coming away from Newport with a 1-1 draw on Good Friday.
Sitting in a play-off spot as a result, Way takes his Yeovil side to the West Midlands looking to repeat August’s 2-0 win from the reverse fixture back in August.
Rhys Browne and former loanee Olufela Olomola got Town over the line on that occasion, with the Yeovil manager looking for a repeat performance.
“They’re all tough games, I keep saying it,” Way told YTFC.net. “The last game (against Coventry) that we played we put in a big, big performance, which showed we can go up against big teams.
“We put in a terrific performance that day and I think we surprised Coventry, to be honest.”
Enjoying a run of good form themselves, the Green & Whites head to the Ricoh Arena looking to build on their 1-0 win at Colchester last time out.
After a fortnight without a match, Way was also full of praise for his managerial counterpart.
“Speaking to Mark Robins, they’re a very good team with a good budget and a good stadium to play in.
“They tick all the right boxes for a club trying to progress forward considering how they’ve had a tough time with supporters and owners and I think Mark has done a great job there.”