Coventry v Barnet preview
Last Updated: 09/03/18 1:52pm
Jordan Willis will return to the Coventry squad for their home game against bottom club Barnet.
Willis missed the win at Wycombe as he served a one-match ban but the defender could be restored to the starting line-up on Saturday. Sky Blues boss Mark Robins has no new injury problems as he looks to get the club back in the play-off places.
Tom Davies (fractured collarbone) is still not ready to return while Jodi Jones and Tony Andreu will not play again until next season due to their knee injuries.
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Barnet will check on the fitness of Richard Brindley. The postponement of last weekend's game against Port Vale has given the defender more time to recover from a knee problem.
Goalkeeper Jamie Stephens is still out with a hamstring injury as are defender Harry Taylor (metatarsal) and forward Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro (knee). Elliott Johnson and Dave Tarpey are both long-term absentees due to serious knee injuries.
This is only the second ever meeting between the teams - the only previous game was in this season's reverse fixture, a goalless draw.
In the reverse fixture, Coventry's Maxime Biamou had six shots - double the total the entire Barnet team managed (3).
Coventry lost their last home game in February against Accrington Stanley (2-0). They haven't lost back-to-back home matches in the league since March 2017 (three straight defeats).
Barnet have scored 88% of their League Two goals from open play this season (29 of 33), the highest proportion of any side in the division.
Coventry have lost a league-low two points from leading positions this season, winning 16 of the 17 matches in which they have gone ahead this season (D1).