Coventry V Wolverhampton at Sixfields Stadium : Match Preview
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City waiting on Willis
Coventry defender Jordan Willis is a doubt as the Sky Blues look to return to winning ways at home to champions Wolves.
The England Under-19 international is struggling with a knee injury and could miss his first game in 13 as Steven Pressley's team look to put an end to a run of five winless games.
Blair Adams is expected to be recalled should Willis miss out but former Southend midfielder Franck Moussa will once again be sidelined with a back problem.
Victory for the Sky Blues will guarantee Sky Bet League One football for another season despite being hit with a 10-point deduction at the start of the campaign.
Kenny Jackett will resist experimenting with his starting XI when Wolves visit Sixfields despite having already sealed the title.
With no fresh injuries to concern him following Monday's 3-1 win at Leyton Orient, the former Millwall manager could name an unchanged side which would mean a place on the bench again for Leon Clarke against his former club.
Bakary Sako recovered from a hamstring problem in time to face Orient on Monday and could be one of those rested should Jackett opt for changes with the likes of Clarke and Lee Evans pushing for recalls.
Wolves need four points from their final two games to exceed the record 102 points gained by Plymouth when they won the title during the 2001/02 season.
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