Victory elusive for both sides, as Coventry City and Watford fail to find the net

Technical card:
Coventry City: Marko Marosi, Sam McCallum, Leo Ostigard, Julien Da Costa (Josh Pask, min.66), Matty James, Gustavo Hamer (Viktor Gyokeres, min.86), Dominic Hyam, Callum O`Hare (Jordan Shipley, min.86), Maxime Biamou, Jamie Allen and Michael Rose
Watford: Jeremy Ngakia (Stipe Perica, min.85), Andre Gray (Joao Pedro, min.67), William Troost-Ekong, Daniel Bachmann, Ismaila Sarr, Francisco Sierralta, Nathaniel Chalobah (Will Hughes, min.73), Ken Sema, Adam Masina, Troy Deeney and Tom Cleverley
Stadium: St Andrew’s Stadium
Goals: 0-0

On Saturday, Coventry City and Watford were held to a 0-0 draw at St Andrew’s Stadium. Coventry City wanted to continue adding points following a disappointing 1-1 draw with Birmingham City in their previous game. Watford lost 2-1 in the last match they played against Queens Park Rangers. As the table looks today, Coventry City are in 17th place, with 31 points from 28 matches, while Watford sit in 4th, with 48 points from 28.

Both managers used allfull available substitutions. For Coventry, Josh Pask, Jordan Shipley and Viktor Gyokeres came on for Julien Da Costa, Callum O`Hare and Gustavo Hamer, while Watford brought on Joao Pedro, Will Hughes and Stipe Perica to replace Andre Gray, Nathaniel Chalobah and Jeremy Ngakia.

The referee booked two players from Watford, Francisco Sierralta and Andre Gray.

Coventry City will next travel to Cardiff City, while Watford will face Bristol City at home.

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