City ready for Freddy impact?
Freddy Eastwood was one of few Coventry City players to escape criticism after last Sunday's display against Scunthorpe and again looked sharp in the midweek clash with Newcastle, both times of course playing in a right-sided midfield position unfamiliar to the striker.
With Clinton Morrison's frustrations growing in proportion to his lack of goals, will Chris Coleman give Eastwood his head and partner him alongside Leon Best for Saturday's must-win game against Peterborough?
David Bell and Michael McIndoe are battling to be fit and could then come into contention to provide the width and service needed by whoever plays up front while Stephen Wright is free from suspension and ready to come back in at right-back in place of the injured Jordan Clarke.
Posh boss Mark Cooper has given his thoughts on the Sky Blues to the Peterborough Evening Telegraph.
He said: 'Coventry are on a bad run which means they won't be playing with much confidence and they are not selecting from a very big squad because of injuries so it's a great opportunity for us.
'But I watched them on Wednesday and they have good players and a top manager.'