Stevenage v Coventry preview
Last Updated: 20/11/17 4:03pm
Stevenage will be boosted by the return of midfielder Kevin Toner for the Sky Bet League Two meeting with Coventry.
Irishman Toner, on loan from Aston Villa, has completed a three-game suspension following his sending off at Yeovil late last month. Boro midfielder Harry Beautyman was brought off at half-time during Saturday's defeat to Mansfield but he will be available to play. Northern Ireland Under-21 international winger Ben Kennedy remains on the sidelines with a knee injury.
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Coventry are without top scorer Duckens Nazon who serves a one-game ban. The on-loan Wolves forward was booked for taking his shirt off after scoring in Saturday's 2-1 win at Lincoln.
Right-back Jack Grimmer is expected to remain out after he suffered concussion, having already missed the victory at the weekend. Tony Andreu is sidelined for the season with a serious knee injury.
This will be only the fifth meeting between these two sides in the Football League and the first in the fourth-tier; Coventry have won each of the last three, conceding just one goal.
In fact, Stevenage have lost both their EFL home games against Coventry, and have never kept a clean sheet against them in those four previous games.
Stevenage have scored in all nine of their home league games this season, after failing to score in their last three of 2016-17.
Coventry have won their last two away league games - they last won three in a row in March 2015.