City boss Phil Parkinson could have a number of options available to him for his side's trip to Wycombe Wanderers in npower League 2 this weekend.
After making as many as nine changes for Tuesday's F.A Cup tie at Brentford, Parkinson could be tempted to bring back in a large selection of the players who started the club's last league fixture at Southend United last weekend.
Ricky Ravenhill and Alan Connell, for example, might be in with a shout of keeping their places in Parkinson's starting eleven, however, after playing their part in pushing League 1 Brentford into extra time.
Nathan Doyle is back in contention after serving out a one-match ban during the week, while Curtis Good, Tom Naylor and Craig Forsyth are all also available once again after being ineligible for the Brentford tie.
Zavon Hines and Kyel Reid both started the F.A Cup match at Griifin Park but neither will probably be ready to start against the Chairboys.
Parkinson's men are expected to be backed by a four-figure away crowd following the club's decision to purchase 2,000 tickets for the match and give them away to fans.
The trio of Matthew Spring, Matt McClure and Joel Grant will all be suspended for this Saturday's fixture for the home side.
Wycombe duo Dean Morgan and Dave Winfield are also both doubtful due to hamstring injuries.