NEIL Harris could pick the same side that started with a win in their Sky Bet League One opener against Shrewsbury last weekend.
The Millwall boss made four changes for the League Cup defeat to Barnet, but David Forde should resume in goal in place of Jordan Archer.
Sid Nelson played out of position at right-back against Martin Allen’s side but Shaun Cummings will start on Saturday.
There has been some speculation surrounding the future of defender Mark Beevers, who has been linked with a move back north where he is from, but it is likely he will continue in his role at left-back this weekend with Joe Martin still out.
Beevers was impressive last weekend and the club have said he is currently a committed member of the squad.
Fred Onyedinma, who won the penalty on Tuesday night from which Steve Morison hit the crossbar, went off after taking a knock but should be fit to take his place in the starting line-up.
Jimmy Abdou is unlikely to return for the visit of the Sky Blues so Ed Upson will continue in midfield alongside Shaun Williams.
Harris, though, could have a tough decision to make who to play on the left side of midfield.
Paris Cowan-Hall added real incision against Barnet and combined well with Onyedinma and Lee Gregory. Harris has the option of starting the former Wycombe player on the right with Onyedinma switching to the left wing from where he set up Morison for the equaliser at Greenhous Meadow.
Up front Gregory will again partner Morison as the pair look to add to their combined three goals in two games so far this season.
Meanwhile Tony Mowbray is expecting a physical contest on Saturday but feels that centre-back Reda Johnson is equipped to deal with any long balls forward.
“It’s early season and every team wants to get up and running,” he said at Thursday’s pre-match press conference. “They beat Shrewsbury away from home which is a huge plus for them, they’re off the mark and they'll be thinking like we are – a win could send you top early doors.
“Their fans can create an intimidating atmosphere and your team have to stand up to it.
“I think it may be a similar start to the Rochdale game where we ride out a little bit of pressure and then we get the ball and move it. Hopefully Reda will help with the directness of some of the teams in this league and that’s why I was desperate to sign him.
“Reda can deal with the first ball better than most in this league. They’ve got some good players and it’s an opportunity for them to bounce back against us.”
Sky Bet match odds:
Millwall 6/5 Draw 23/10 Coventry 23/10
Probable Millwall team:
Forde; Cummings, Webster, Craig, Beevers; Onyedinma, Upson, Williams, Lee Martin; Gregory, Morison