Jordan Willis back to boost Coventry after ban

Posted Thursday, March 08, 2018 by PA

Jordan Willis back to boost Coventry after ban

Jordan Willis will return to the Coventry squad for their home game against bottom club Barnet.

Willis missed the win at Wycombe as he served a one-match ban but the defender could be restored to the starting line-up on Saturday.

Sky Blues boss Mark Robins has no new injury problems as he looks to get the club back in the play-off places.

Tom Davies (fractured collarbone) is still not ready to return while Jodi Jones and Tony Andreu will not play again until next season due to their knee injuries.

Barnet will check on the fitness of Richard Brindley.

The postponement of last weekend’s game against Port Vale has given the defender more time to recover from a knee problem.

Goalkeeper Jamie Stephens is still out with a hamstring injury as are defender Harry Taylor (metatarsal) and forward Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro (knee).

Elliott Johnson and Dave Tarpey are both long-term absentees due to serious knee injuries.


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