It was a day of contrasting fortunes for two of Coven-try's defenders ahead of Saturday's fixture with Brighton.
Richard Duffy was ruled out of the equation after limping out of Tuesday's victory with medial knee ligament damage but Richard Shaw was celebrating Celtic's decision to visit the Ricoh for his testimonial game.
Duffy is likely to be replaced by either Andrew Whing, who has recovered from a shoulder strain, or Andy Impey at full-back.
Whoever steps into the breach will be part of a Coventry side trying to rack up a third consecutive Championship win and continue their upwardly mobile form.
Victories against Derby and Hull have put a different complexion on the Sky Blues' season and created a feelgood factor around the Ricoh Arena.
All of which can only help Shaw as former City boss Gordon Strachan brings Scottish giants Celtic to the Ricoh for Shaw's testimonial game on April 11.
Shaw has amassed 354 appearances in a Coventry shirt since Ron Atkinson signed him for £1 million in November 1995.
As well as former Coventry management duo of Strachan and Gary Pendrey, ex players such as Dion Dublin, Paul Telfer and John Hartson will be in appearing for Celtic.
Micky Adams called on supporters to attend the fixture in great numbers as he paid tribute to Shaw's loyalty.
"Players like Richard Shaw only come along once in a generation and I hope that every Sky Blues supporter recognises that and comes along on the night," said Adams.
"In an age of Bosman free transfers, it's so rare that a player stays at a football club for ten years."
Tickets for the April 11 (8pm ko) fixture against Celtic are priced at £12 adults and £6 concessions.