Thorn coy on injuries
Manager Andy Thorn is keeping his cards close to his chest when it comes to injury news ahead of Coventry's massive home clash against Millwall.
Only a handful of players involved in Saturday's 1-1 draw against Burnley trained on Monday morning, with a coy Thorn remaining tight-lipped over the possible involvement of those who did not take part. The Sky Blues go into the encounter knowing victory is a must if they are to close the four-point gap to safety with just three matches remaining. Cyrus Christie has, however, been ruled out for the rest of the season after it was revealed he requires surgery on the knee ligament injury which forced him off at Turf Moor, leaving City to play the final stages with only 10 men. He joins fellow defenders Nathan Cameron, Richard Wood (both knee), Hermann Hreidarsson (shoulder) and midfielder Carl Baker (hamstring) on the sidelines until the end of the campaign. Coventry could be relegated on Tuesday if they lose and Bristol City win at home to West Ham.