Barnsleyare currently second on the League Two table with seven games left in the season. the Tykes have been on a remarkable 19 game unbeaten run in the league and would be looking to make it 20 when Coventry comes visiting on Saturday afternoon.

The Tykes have a close to clean bill of health with some long-term absentees still missing. Midfielder Kenny Dougall suffered a horrific broken leg in the clash against Doncaster while star forward Kieffer Moore is currently out with a head injury.

Manager Daniel Stendel would welcome back goalkeeper Adam Davies and midfielder Ryan Hedges who were both on international duty with Spain featuring in the friendly against Trinidad & Tobago. Marauding left-back Daniel Pinillos is also fit after missing the last two weeks as a result of an eye problem.

Opponents Coventry City have their own injury problems as they look to make a late push to the play-off places. Manager Mark Robins confirmed in a press conference that star midfielder Conor Chaplin remains out due to a persisting ankle problem.

Chaplin has been out of action since February and was pictured in training. However, Robins revealed that he was not fully fit to be considered for a return to the first team.

Long-term absentees Max Biamou and Jodi Jones are both out as they continue their rehabilitation from knee problems.

Barnsley have all to play for and can stretch their lead to seven points in front of rivals Portsmouth and Sunderland who face off in the Checkatrade Trophy final on Sunday.

The Tykes have the edge as they have won the last four matches between both teams and kept a clean sheet in the last three. We predict a comfortable 3-0 victory for Barnsley in the tie as the Tikes have enough quality to blow-off their opponents.