Jodi Jones missing for Coventry after bad injury

Posted Friday, December 01, 2017 by PA

Coventry striker Jodi Jones is out for the rest of the season after rupturing his cruciate knee ligament in his left leg against Stevenage last month.

Duckens Nazon or Jordan Ponticelli are on standby to play up front against National League Boreham Wood on Sunday.

Midfielder Tony Andreu is also sidelined for the season with a similar knee injury to Jones which he suffered in September.

Midfielder Liam Kelly is battling a heel problem and was forced off after just 20 minutes against Stevenage and may be rested having already missed Coventry's draw with Crawley last week.

Boreham Wood boss Luke Garrard will choose from an unchanged squad as his side bid to follow-up their victory against Blackpool in the previous round.

Garrard has no new injury or suspension worries following last week's home win against Woking, but on-loan Barnsley forward Bradley Ash (knee) remains a long-term absentee.

Garrard could make changes and must decide whether to recall former Coventry trainee Shaun Jeffers to his starting line-up.

Boreham Wood are currently seventh in the National League and bidding to extend their unbeaten run to 13 games in all competitions.




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