Luton vs Coventry preview: League One clash live on Sky Sports Football
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Last Updated: 24/02/19 11:06am
Sky Bet League One leaders Luton will check on Luke Berry ahead of Sunday's visit of Coventry to Kenilworth Road, live on Sky Sports Football from 11.45am.
The midfielder was forced to sit out last weekend's 2-0 win at Fleetwood because of a hamstring problem, so continues to be assessed.
George Moncur could again stand in at the tip of the midfield diamond as the Hatters look to extend a record 20-match unbeaten league run. Forward Harry Cornick (ankle) and Aaron Connolly (hamstring) continue their recovery, while defensive midfielder Glen Rea (knee) is a long-term absentee.
Coventry boss Mark Robins will wait until the last minute to address his goalkeeping situation. The Sky Blues will look to extend David Stockdale's emergency loan if Lee Burge cannot recover from a shoulder injury in time.
David Meyler comes into contention in midfield, but Jodi Jones is out with a serious knee injury. French forward Max Biamou has stepped up his recovery from a knee problem by returning to light training but could still miss the rest of the season.
Luton have won five of their last seven home clashes against Coventry in all competitions (L2), although both of those losses have come in the last three matches.
Coventry have scored in each of their last seven games against Luton, winning four of these encounters (D1 L2).
Since the start of last season, only Manchester City (53) have won more league matches in the top four tiers of English football than Luton Town (46).
The average age of Coventry City's starting line-up in League One this season is just 24 years and 69 days - the youngest in the division.
James Collins has scored 10 goals in his last eight league appearances at Kenilworth Road for Luton Town, including six goals in his last three.
Luton are well and truly romping to promotion. It is six wins on the spin now and 20 unbeaten in League One, which is a remarkable run of results - especially when you consider they lost their manager halfway through it!
Coventry have finally got a bit of form back after a poor run in January. They could yet force their way into the play-off equation but I can't see them getting anything on Sunday.
David Prutton predicts: 3-2 (33/1 with Sky Bet)