Stevenage and Coventry City remain level following a goalless first half in their League One match.
Coventry City and Stevenage have headed into half time level following a goalless first half in their League One match this evening.
The visitors came close to taking the lead just three minutes into the match when Lucas Akins tried to head in from a Curtis Obeng cross, but he was denied by the crossbar.
Francois Zoko had a chance to curl the ball in from the edge of the box for Stevenage shortly after, but his effort drifted just wide.
Zoko looked to create an opportunity for teammate Jordan Burrow later in the half, sending a high pass in towards the back post, but Burrow drifted just offside as the ball was drilled in.
Nathan Delfouneso tried to catch the visitors out on the counter-attack, and appeared to have just Steven Arnold in the Stevenage goal to beat, but Jon Ashton got back in time to make the block.
Zoko continued to stretch the Coventry defence and almost set up the opening goal just before the break, but Akins just failed to connect with his cross for an easy tap-in.
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