All square at Meadow Lane

An 87th-minute leveller by substitute Franck Moussa saw Coventry hold Notts County to a 2-2 draw at Meadow Lane.

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An 87th-minute leveller by substitute Franck Moussa saw Coventry hold Notts County to a 2-2 draw in an entertaining end of season affair at Meadow Lane.

Notts took the lead in the 34th minute when a shot from Alan Sheehan was only palmed away by Chris Dunn and youngster Tyrell Waite headed in the rebound for his first goal for the Magpies.

The Sky Blues came out strong after the break and David Bell curled a beautiful effort against the crossbar before John Fleck equalised after 50 minutes, lashing the ball home brilliantly at the back post.

The hosts regained the lead four minutes later after Krystian Pearce reacted quickest when a Jeff Hughes header came back off the post and the defender fired a shot past Dunn.

Bell went close again after 73 minutes when he cut in from the left and unleashed a ferocious drive which Bartosz Bialkowski did well to claw away, before Moussa made the Polish keeper pay for a poor kick to grab Coventry a point.

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