Barnsley boss Keith Hill is expecting a stern test when The Tykes meet Coventry City tomorrow at Oakwell (3pm kick off).
Speaking to Barnsley's club website, Hill who has an injury ravaged squad said: (They're) well blessed with experience and youth. "They're a work in progress under a new Manager. He's cutting his teeth as well. It's going to be a stern test but there'll be less pressure on them.
"They like to play football. "We've had them watched numerous times this season. I've watched them myself. "They've got good players who can hurt you in the right areas of the pitch."
Speaking about the injuries, Hill said: "I've not got any concerns about setting a team up to play against Coventry with the players I've got available.
"It's just unfortunate that we are going through the worst sequence of injuries that I have experienced as a manager."