Bell chimes for Sky Blues
Relegation-threatened Coventry hope to have David Bell available for the visit of Peterborough as they look to continue their climb away from danger.
The midfielder has missed the Sky Blues' last six games with a groin injury but has returned to full training and is battling to be involved at the Ricoh Arena. Manager Andy Thorn could well keep faith with the same XI who clinched last weekend's 2-0 victory at Hull - City's first away win of the season which lifted them out of the bottom three for the first time since October. Cody McDonald stepped off the bench to make sure of victory in the closing stages, however, and he will be pushing for a starting berth in attack as Coventry look to extend their unbeaten run to seven games. The Sky Blues have this week suffered a blow with the news defender Nathan Cameron requires a knee operation while long-term absentee Richard Wood has also had to undergo surgery on his troublesome knee, ruling the pair out for the rest of the season. Carl Baker (hamstring) and Hermann Hreidarsson (shoulder) are already sidelined for a similar period.