No new worries for Sky Blues boss

Coventry City manager Chris Coleman has no new injury or suspension problems to contend with for the Sky Blues' trip to Blackpool.

Last Updated: 28/08/09 at 12:18

Turner: Should be fit

Turner: Should be fit

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Defender Ben Turner experienced a tight hamstring in training on Thursday but is expected to be okay, with Coleman having the same squad to select from as he did for last weekend's 1-0 defeat to Swansea.

Leon McKenzie should make the bench again as he steps up his rehabilitation from a ruptured Achilles, while full-back Marcus Hall is getting closer to a return but is not there yet.

Winger David Bell (ankle), defender James McPake (shoulder) and goalkeeper Danny Ireland (emergency bowel surgery) continue to miss out, as does defender Elliott Ward.

Coleman has seen his side follow up wins in their opening two games with disappointing performances against Doncaster and Swansea.

Asked whether there will be changes, the Sky Blues boss said: "It depends which way I play. I know which way I want to play if I'm being honest.

"If I was going to play with a different formation then there would have been one or two changes and one or two surprises. I'm not going to wait forever and we can't wait forever. I've got a formation in my head and I've got the team in my head that I'm going to go with."

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