Blackpool v Coventry preview
Last Updated: 20/08/18 8:05pm
Managerless Blackpool could stick with the same side as they search for a new boss following Gary Bowyer's departure.
Long-term injury victims Jimmy Ryan (knee) and Ryan McLaughlin (hamstring) remain sidelined, but the Tangerines have no other fresh injury worries after the 0-0 draw at Shrewsbury on Saturday.
The Seasiders have picked up just two points so far this season, scoring a solitary goal in the process and interim boss Terry McPhillips remains in charge following Bowyer's resignation earlier this month, following a disagreement with the club's owners.
Coventry could be unchanged following their 1-0 win over Plymouth at the weekend. Jordan Willis is expected to keep his place following a return from injury, while Sky Blues winger Jodi Jones stepped up his return to first team action on Monday as he captained the club's under-23 side after suffering an ACL rupture in November 2017.
And Tom Bayliss is the only other minor injury doubt for boss Mark Robins after the 19-year-old midfielder picked up a thigh injury in the 1-0 win over Plymouth on Saturday.
Blackpool have failed to score in their last two league meetings with Coventry, drawing 0-0 and losing 0-1 during the 2015-16 League One season.
Coventry's win in March 2016 was their only victory against Blackpool at Bloomfield Road in the last 10 visits in all competitions (D1 L8).
Blackpool have picked up four wins from their last six games at Bloomfield Road in all competitions (D1 L1) - as many as they picked up in their previous 18 (D8 L6).
Coventry have failed to score in each of their opening two away games of the season, they haven't failed to score in three consecutive away trips in all competitions since April 2017 (four games).
Since going unbeaten in his first four league games with Blackpool (W3 D1), Coventry boss Mark Robins has lost each of his last three meetings with the Seasiders, conceding seven goals whilst failing to score once.