Coventry City manager Mark Robins will look to bounce back after an opening day defeat to Bristol City as his side prepare to face Queens Park Rangers tonight.
After a respectable performance in their opening day fixture at Ashton Gate, the Sky Blues will have their first home Championship fixture at St. Andrews this season with the visit of QPR.
In between the sticks, Marko Marosi will return but there is growing concern over alternatives for the 26-year-old, whilst Leo Ostigard, Kyle McFadzean and Dominic Hyam are expected to play as a back three, just as they did at Ashton Gate.
Ryan Giles and Josh Pask played wing-back against Bristol City in a familiar 3-5-2 formation and neither are expected to lose their place for the visit of QPR.
Jamie Allen will continue in midfield with Gustavo Hamer, but summer signing Ben Sheaf could come in to replace Liam Kelly, who has a hamstring problem, and provide some more cover in the centre of the park.
Callum O’Hare will returns as he plays just off lone striker Matty Godden, with the predicted XI showing just the one change from the team that lost to Bristol City.
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