Coventry manager Mark Robins has options ahead of his side’s top-of-the-table clash with Sky Bet League One title rivals Rotherham.
Robins, whose team are only behind the table-topping Millers on goal difference and have a game in hand, has the likes of Jordan Shipley, Zain Westbrooke and Amadou Bakayoko vying for recalls should he wish to make any changes to his starting line-up.
The Sky Blues boss will use a behind-closed-doors friendly game, scheduled to take place later this week, to put some minutes in the legs of a number of his fringe players ahead of the season’s promotion run-in.
The likes of Jodi Jones, Gervane Kastaneer, Brandon Mason, Jordy Hiwula and Wolves loanee Ryan Giles could all be involved.
Rotherham boss Paul Warne has a fully-fit squad to choose from for the trip to St Andrew’s.
Billy Jones has returned to full training after a hamstring injury and he could be involved for the first time since the end of November.
Ben Wiles and Freddie Ladapo are pushing for starting places after climbing off the bench to score the goals that saw the Millers win 2-1 at Accrington on Saturday.
Curtis Tilt, who has yet to make his debut since signing from Blackpool in January, and Trev Clarke were left out of the matchday squad at the weekend and are also options for Warne.