Portsmouth v Coventry City – early team news

Kenny Jackett has to decide whether he’ll reinstall Ronan Curtis on the left wing against Coventry tomorrow (12.30pm).

Sunday, 21st April 2019, 5:05 pm
Updated Sunday, 21st April 2019, 5:12 pm
Ronan Curtis made an impact when he came on against Burton. Picture: Daniel Chesterton/phcimages.com

The Irishman was dropped to the bench for Gareth Evans in Good Friday’s 2-1 victory at Burton.

However, Curtis made an impact when he replaced Evans in the 76th minute, with his cross leading to Matt Clarke’s stoppage-time winner.

The Pompey boss may also add fresh legs into his line-up, depending how players have recovered from the Pirelli Road triumph.

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Ronan Curtis made an impact when he came on against Burton. Picture: Daniel Chesterton/phcimages.com

Dion Donohue and Lloyd Isgrove (both groin) remain sidelined.

They could be fit for the trip to Sunderland on Saturday, however.

Meanwhile. Brandon Mason remains a doubt for Mark Robins' visitors. 

The left-back limped out of the Sky Blues’ 5-4 win against Sunderland earlier this month. 

Jordan Willis made his comeback to the bench in Coventry’s 2-0 win over Bradford on Good Friday.

The centre-half had missed the past two games with a knee problem but was an unused substitute against the Bantams. 

Tom Bayliss is out for the remainder of the season with a broken wrist, while David Meyler hasn’t featured since dislocating his shoulder in the goalless draw with Bristol Rovers on April 6.