City Still Ninth

League Position

Coventry City remain ninth in the League One table after the round of matches today.

City have 57 points following their 2-2 draw at second placed Barnsley and are six points behind Doncaster Rovers who beat Walsall 3-1 at home and still occupy the final play-off place which sees City needing to win all their remaining six games and hope that Rovers, Peterborough and Blackpool all drop enough points, to have any chance of a possible three visit to Wembley in three years.

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Monthly Total

During the month of March, Coventry City amassed ten out of a possible eighteen points.

The month saw City unbeaten away from home with two wins and a draw but only one win and two defeats at home.

City scored seven goals and concedeed six.

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City Players Out On Loan News

Jak Hickman had another good game for Hereford FC. The Bulls won 2-0 at Spennymoor with the right back playing the whole game and making one excellent clearance off his own line.

Striker Stuart Beavon, scored in the 49th minute of Wrexham's 4-2 defeat at Ebbsfleet.

Midfielder Tony Andreu played for 62 minutes of Hamilton's 5-0 defeat at Kilmarnock.

Winger Reise Allasani was an unused substitute in Woking's 1-1 draw away to Bath City.

 

 

 

 

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