City could gain one defender and lose two as they prepare to face Derby County at Pride
Park on Saturday.
The Sky Blues may be without Paul Williams and David Burrows who are sidelined with
Williams missed Saturdays 2-1 win over Wimbledon after picking up a groin strain
in the defeat at Leicester a week before, while Burrows played only half Saturdays
game because of a thigh strain.
But as they started intensive treatment to be fit in time for the game which could
secure Citys place in the Premiership, Roland Nilsson came back in contention.
Nilsson was due to arrive back in England today after recovering from the injured ribs
and punctured lung he picked up in the game at Arsenal in March.
He will undergo tests to see if he will play a game before leaving at the end of the
season to join former club Helsingborg as director of football.
The Sky Blues look set to have a full contingent of supporters cheering them on for
their final away game of the season next Saturday.
There has been a big demand for tickets to see the Derby clash at Pride Park and only
700 of the 3,000 allocation remain.
Ticket officer Jamie Roberts said:
"We are hoping that Saturdays good performance and victory will encourage
people to travel and hopefully see us make mathematically sure of our place in the
"Derby is not far to travel and Pride Park really is a fabulous ground."
There also looks set to be a big crowd for the final Premiership game of the season
when Leeds United visit Highfield Road a week on Sunday.
Leeds sold their 4,000 allocation out in just three hours!