- Venue:Bramall Lane
- Referee:Salisbury, G
That's it, it's all over, the referee has blown the final whistle.
Martin Cranie is being taken off, Jordan Clarke has come on in his place.
Sheff Utd are replacing Stephen Quinn with Mark Yeates.
Glen Little is replaced by Lee Williamson.
Carl Baker is being taken off, Michael McIndoe has come on in his place.
Coventry are replacing Freddie Sears with Freddy Eastwood.
Goal!! Richard Cresswell scores for Sheff Utd.
The second half is under way with the score currently at 0 v 0.
The ref has blown his whistle for half time.
The ref has blown his whistle and the match has started.
Sheff Utd face Coventry at 3pm on Saturday, April 10th.
Richard Cresswell struck in the 47th minute as Sheffield United ended a miserable run which killed off their hopes of a play-off spot, winning 1-0 at home to Coventry City.
Kevin Blackwell's side, who had gone five games without a win, carved out the early openings, but their finishing let them down as they dominated from start to finish.
Leading scorer Darius Henderson pulled his close-range header wide of the far post from six yards before Glen Little was foiled by Keiren Westwood.
The United winger drilled in a shot from 15 yards, pushed away by the Coventry keeper and when Little had a second attempt the ball was deflected wide of the target.
Coventry were in trouble again as they allowed Andy Taylor too much space on the left, the ex-Tranmere left-back lashing in a low strike, smothered on the line by the diving Westwood.
Henderson almost found a way through as he connected with a cross from Stephen Quinn, making his 150th appearance for the Sheffield side. The big striker finally beat Westwood only to see his close-range effort hit defender Leon Barnett.
Quinn fired wide from the edge of the box before Creswell finally found a way through two minutes after the break. The winger started and finished the move, linking with Little before firing a right-foot shot into the top right-hand corner from 15 yards for his 12th of the season.
Coventry had little to offer in reply, their best chance falling to Richard Wood, the ex-Sheffield Wednesday centre-back stretching to reach a Sammy Clingan corner, but with Steve Simonsen beaten, Paul Connolly heading clear.
Chris Coleman's side were handed a way back in the 77th minute when United keeper Steve Simonsen picked up a backpass from James Harper ten yards out, but Clingan fired the free-kick high over the top.
Shots off target