Coventry City manager Mark Robins has confirmed that three players have been passed fit to play against Hull City on Friday evening, according to a report from Coventry Live journalist Andy Turner.
Three Sky Blues players have all been passed fit to feature against Hull, but two players remain touch-and-go to make the trip to the North East.
Who has been passed fit?
Left wing-back Jay Dasilva was pictured in a boot after an injury against Watford but has been in training since the game and will be featuring against the Tigers.
Right wing-back Milan Van Ewijk scored the first goal of his Sky Blues career against Watford with a superb free-kick and has also been passed fit to feature against Hull.
Finally, deadline-day signing Liam Kitching has been suffering from an ongoing groin injury but has been declared fit to be involved in the match-day squad for Friday’s Championship clash.
Who’s at risk?
Following the international break, Jamician internationals Kasey Palmer and Joel Latibeaudiere are expected to land back in the UK today (Thursday), but jet lag and fatigue could potentially rule them out of the trip to Hull City.
Who has been ruled out?
Midfield duo Jamie Allen and Callum O’Hare won’t be eligible to make the trip to the North East. Both players are returning from their individual absences, Allen (heart) and O’Hare (ACL).
Both players have been training with the first team during the international break, but the game will come too soon for both players.
As a Skyblues fan, to hear that Dasilva and Van Ewijk are fit to feature is a big plus, which has been made better by Liam Kitching being in line to make his debut for the first team.
Allen and O’Hare weren’t expected to return so their absences won’t cause an issue. However, Palmer and Latibeaudiere would be a loss if they aren’t fit enough to feature against Hull.