After Coventry City striker Marlon King was sent of for a rash challenge on Ipswich's Darren O'Dea, City boss Aidy Boothroyd confirmed the club will not be appealing against the red card and so King will serve a three match ban and will miss the trip to Barnsley on Bank Holiday Monday.
Boothroyd could move McSheffrey (Pictured below), who has served a one game ban for accumulating five yellow cards, into a more central role to replace King, or he could give Freddy Eastwood, who scored City's equalising goal against Ipswich, a start.
Aron Gunnarsson is eligible to play again now he has served his three match ban for his red card last week against Norwich.
For Barnsley, Adam Hammill is a doubt after picking up a knock in the 2-2 draw at Forest.
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