City Stay Eleventh

Last updated : 16 January 2011 By Covsupport News Service
Coventry City stay eleventh in the Championship table after their 0-0 hoem draw against Sheffield United at the Ricoh Arena this afternoon.

City are one of four clubs on 36 points and travel to Queens Park Rangers next Sunday for a televised league fixture.

The Loftus Road side are still top of the Championship after a 0-0 draw at Burnley who were watched by prospective new manager Eddie Howe who quit AFC Bournemouth last night. Former Sky Blue Danny Fox, Loanee Jack Cork and Cov Kid Graham Alexander were all booked in the game.

Swansea City went second thanks to a 3-0 win over Dougie Freedman's Crystal Palace.

The big game in the top six was at Carrow Road and saw a 1-1 draw between Norwich and Cardiff City. The Welsh side, who were not as well supported as they would have been due to the £33 being charged for away adult admission, took the lead through John Parkin but Russell Martin equalised in stoppage time.

Fifth placed Leeds beat Scunthorpe 4-0 and Watford are sixth after a 3-0 win against Derby.

Other results saw Paul Jewell's tenure at Ipswich start with a defeat. His side led but went down to a 2-1 defeat to Millwall. Middlesbrough won 4-0 at Bristol City, bottom side Preston equalised in stoppage time through former Leicester player Iain Hume after Yakuba had given Leicester the lead on his debut, Reading won 3-0 at Doncaster, Hull beat Barnsley 2-0 and Forest came from behind to beat Portsmouth 2-1.

Elsewhere, Former City loanee Jonnie Jackson scored his fifth goal in four games for Charlton in a 2-2 draw at Sheffield Wednesday

Dean Holdsworth was happy when his first game as Aldershot manager ended in a draw.