- Venue:Ricoh Arena
- Referee:Swarbrick, N
The ref has blown his whistle for full time.
The referee has booked Martin Cranie.
Darren Purse is booked for unsporting behaviour.
Sheff Wed are replacing Leon Clarke with Francis Jeffers.
Goal!! Coventry have scored with Richard Wood putting it in the back of the net.
Sheff Wed are replacing Tom Soares with Michael Gray.
Goal!! Luke Varney scores for Sheff Wed.
Coventry are replacing Marcus Hall with Chris Hussey.
Coventry are replacing Jon Stead with David Bell.
Coventry are replacing Freddy Eastwood with Clinton Morrison.
The second half is under way with the score currently at 0 v 0.
Half time whistle is blown by N Swarbrick
The referee has booked Marcus Hall.
It's 3pm on Saturday, March 27th, the match has kicked off.
Coventry face Sheff Wed at 3pm on Saturday, March 27th.
Former Sheffield Wednesday captain Richard Wood struck a major blow to his ex-club's survival hopes after heading home a late equaliser for new side Coventry City in a 1-1 draw at the Ricoh Arena.
Wood left his boyhood team in November for the Ricoh Arena and looked to be heading for defeat with the Sky Blues after a superb 67th minute strike from Luke Varney put them 1-0 down.
But he rose to meet a long Sammy Clingan ball 11 minutes later to level the tie.
There were plenty of chances in the early stages of the game and the visitors could have been ahead in the fifth minute when a sliced Marcus Hall clearance bobbled towards Darren Potter, who fired the ball towards the bottom corner only for keeper Keiren Westwood to push wide.
At the other end, Wood headed a Clingan corner towards goal but it was cleared off the line by Potter.
Wednesday's Eddie Nolan was next to go close when he beat Hall on the edge of the area and shot towards goal, but Westwood managed to palm the ball away from goal.
Chris Coleman responded his side's lacklustre first half by making three half-time substitutions and he got the positive reaction he needed.
Within minutes, James McPake came within inches of a goal when his header from a Clingan corner brushed the bar and substitute Clinton Morrison converted a Freddie Sears pass only for it to be flagged offside.
But Wednesday worked their way back into the game and, after Leon Clarke saw a 60th minute header tipped onto the post by Westwood, Varney scored the crucial opener.
The forward beat David Bell twice as he drifted into the area from the left-hand side and then coolly slotted the ball home from a tight angle for his ninth goal of the season.
Wednesday seemed to be on the verge of pulling clear of the drop-zone but Coventry piled forward and when Clingan launched a long ball towards Wood, Owls keeper Lee Grant came to meet it on the edge of the box but was too late leaving Wood to nod home.
The Coventry players rushed to Wood but he refused to celebrate and trotted back to his own half silently.
Shots off target