Coventry v Cheltenham preview
Last Updated: 15/12/17 1:10pm
Midfielder Jordan Shipley and striker Duckens Nazon are fighting for their Coventry places to face Cheltenham.
The pair were hauled off at half-time of the 2-0 defeat at Morecambe last weekend and were replaced by Devon Kelly-Evans and Peter Vincenti. The Sky Blues will again be without midfielder Liam Kelly, who is out for up to eight weeks with a heel problem. Tony Andreu and Jodi Jones are out for the season with serious knee injuries.
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Cheltenham have a doubt over defender Taylor Moor. The on-loan Bristol City man suffered a knee injury towards the end of last weekend's win over Crewe, so the club are waiting on a specialist's report.
Striker Brian Graham has been carrying a hamstring problem and also struggling with illness, which saw him miss the Crewe game. Defender Jordan Cranston is expected to miss the rest of the season with a serious hamstring injury, while forward Jaanai Gordon (knee) and defender Jordon Forster (Achilles) are also long-term absentees.
This will be these sides' first ever meeting in the English Football League.
Mark Robins won his last two league matches against Gary Johnson in the 2013/14 season as Huddersfield boss when Johnson was manager of Yeovil in the Championship.
Coventry have conceded just 10 goals in 17 home league matches since Mark Robins was re-appointed as manager.
The Robins have won one of their last 17 away League Two games (D6 L10).