Coventry v Luton preview
Last Updated: 13/03/18 6:23pm
Coventry boss Mark Robins has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the visit of high-flying Luton.
The Sky Blues sit on the periphery of the play-off places in Sky Bet League Two after beating lowly Barnet on Saturday. Defender Jordan Willis was available for that game after suspension but did not feature and will be pushing to be involved this time around.
Veteran midfielder Carl Baker is awaiting his second debut for Coventry after rejoining last week while Tom Davies (fractured collarbone), Jodi Jones and Tony Andreu (both knee) are out.
Luton sit second in the table but have not won in three games. The Hatters were knocked off the summit by Accrington after they won at Kenilworth Road at the weekend.
Victory over Coventry will see Nathan Jones' side regain top-spot and they will be boosted by the return of James Collins after serving a one-match ban. Lawson D'Ath remains sidelined with a knee problem with Harry Cornick in contention for a start having come off the bench against Accrington following a hamstring problem.
This is the first time these sides have met at the Ricoh Arena since January 2007, when they met in the Championship with Coventry winning 1-0 with a goal from Leon McKenzie.
Luton have won one of their last 27 away league visits to Coventry (D5 L21), winning 1-0 in the top-flight on New Year's Day 1987 via a goal from Brian Stein.
Coventry have won each of their last two league games 1-0 - they haven't won three in a row in the Football League by this scoreline since March 1921.
In fact, only Carlisle (seven) have won by this scoreline on more occasions than Coventry in League Two this season (six).
Since a four-game winning streak on the road in all competitions ending in December, Luton have only won one of their following six away trips (D2 L3), scoring just four goals.