All square at Sixfields

There was no separating Bradford and Coventry as the two sides played out a 0-0 draw in a turgid affair at Sixfields.

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Aaron Mclean, Jon Stead and Adam Reach all missed good chances for the Bantams who had the better of the opportunities across the 90 minutes.

The first real chance of the game fell to Mclean, who found himself unmarked at the back post and his header forced Sky Blues keeper Joe Murphy into a superb save.

Stead had a great chance shortly after against his old club, but his powerful drive inside the area forced Murphy into action once more with the keeper getting a strong hand to the striker's low drive.

After the break, Phil Parkinson's men had another glaring opportunity when Kyle Bennett's cross from the right was met by the unmarked Adam Reach but he headed against the bar.

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