Will Mark Robins make changes for Coventry City's home game against Carlisle United today? That is the question as the Sky Blues prepare to take on the Cumbrians.
Robins took his first training session after being appointed on Thursday and did not see at first hand the dismal defeat of an unchanged City side, picked by caretaker manager Richard Shaw or Steve Waggott depending on which rumour you believe, at Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday, which for many City supporters was the club's lowest ever point in recent memory.
But, if the players have been given a clean slate as Robins and Kevin Kilbane had said in the media, then Cody McDonald and Gary McSheffrey could come back into the reckoning along with John Fleck who scored a consolation penalty in the 4-1 loss on Tuesday.
Also possibly in contention for a starting place if permission is received from the Football League and Premeir League, could be loanees Arsenal midfielder Conor Henderson, Wolves left-back Jamie Reckord and former Leicester midfielder Franck Moussa has joined on a short term contract.
Cov kid Greg Abbott has midfielders James Berrett and Liam Noble available after suspension.
Striker Joe Garner, who has rejoined on loan from Watford, could also feature.