Last Updated: Thu, 31 Jan 2013 13:46
Coventry have a clean bill of health as they travel to Sheffield United on Friday night.
Boss Mark Robins confirmed that there were no new problems picked up from the 2-2 draw with Preston at the weekend which stretched the Sky Blues' unbeaten run to three matches.
Coventry go into the game four points behind the sixth-placed Blades and could take a giant stride towards a play-off place with a victory.
Robins has David Bell and Callum Ball available should he feel the need to make any changes.
Midfielder Bell has yet to make an appearance this season after suffering a broken metatarsal in training following his comeback from a hip problem, but netted twice for the club's Under-21s side in midweek.
On-loan striker Ball has also recovered from a foot injury and both are in contention at Bramall Lane.
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