Nottingham Forest will be without the suspended Garath McCleary after he was shown a straight red card midway through the second half of the 1-0 victory at Peterborough on Monday.
The Reds contested the decision of referee Carl Boyeson but the Football Association rejected their appeal and McCleary must serve a three-match ban, meaning the winger will now only be available for the final game of the season at home to Portsmouth.
Guy Moussi is a doubt after feeling discomfort in a calf muscle during the warm-up against Peterborough. The French midfielder missed out at London Road and will continue to be monitored ahead of the weekend.
Victory for Forest combined with defeat for Coventry at Burnley would see Steve Cotterill's side secure their Championship status. The Reds head into the game seven points in front of the Sky Blues with four matches remaining.
Blackpool striker Kevin Phillips is facing a race against time to be fit.
Phillips has been suffering from a hip problem but was set to return against Barnsley before breaking down in training the day beforehand. It is hoped a trip to see a specialist will resolve the issue.
Keith Southern is suspended following his dismissal against the Tykes, which sparked an angry reaction from Ian Holloway. Southern will not be eligible until the final game of the season against Millwall.
Roman Bednar remains sidelined with medial knee ligament damage and fellow striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher is also out with a shoulder injury sustained in the 2-0 win at Watford on Good Friday.
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