Coventry City face Bournemouth at St Andrew’s tomorrow night with the Cherries currently unbeaten after their first three league games.
Meanwhile the home side, who won League One last season, will be looking to add to the four points they have already earned since their return to the Championship.
The Sky Blues followed a 3-2 win over QPR with a hard earned point at Barnsley last weekend, leaving the club in 12th place in the table.
Coventry boss Mark Robins could have Liam Kelly available to return to the squad after a hamstring injury, while Tyler Walker could come back into the starting XI after an appearance off the bench last weekend.
The visitors could welcome back David Brooks after the midfielder tested negative for Covid-19, despite showing symptoms before their game against Norwich last Sunday.
Sky Blues defender Dom Hyam is expecting a “tough match” but believes his side have “nothing to fear”.
Dom Hyam told Sky Blues website, CCFC.co.uk: “There’s nothing to fear, they’re all good players but we want to test ourselves against the best and there’s no better opportunity to do that than tomorrow night under the lights on Sky and we’ll give it a good go.”