Keshi Anderson looks set to make first start for Northampton against Coventry
On-loan Crystal Palace striker Keshi Anderson looks certain to make his full debut for Northampton in their League One clash with Coventry on Saturday.
Alex Revell was replaced by Anderson during last weekend's defeat by MK Dons and is set to be sidelined until the end of February with a calf strain.
Sam Hoskins (knee) is out for the season while full-back Brendan Moloney remains sidelined by his knee injury but is closing in on a return.
Paul Anderson (knee), Rod McDonald (back) and Aaron Phillips (hamstring) are all expected to be fit. Gabriel Zakuani is away on international duty with DR Congo.
Coventry could have strikers Stuart Beavon and Marcus Tudgay fit again for the trip to Sixfields.
Forward Tudgay sat out Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Fleetwood because of a sore quad while Beavon has been nursing a hamstring strain.
Chris Stokes has been battling a minor groin problem, a slight setback after returning from an eight-month lay-off with an ankle injury, and remains a doubt.
Coventry are searching for their first win in the league since November 1.