BBC Sport: Watford’s failure to leave Coventry with maximum points after looking comfortable at 2-0 up will hurt their chances of reaching the play-offs, as a run of just two wins from 14 games now leaves them six points adrift of the top six with five games to play.
Sky Sports: the home side were frustrated in their attempts to find a winner and felt they should have had a penalty when Brooke Norton-Cuffy appeared to be tripped in the penalty area with nine minutes left.
Fran’s Watford Blog: At the final whistle there was a smattering of half-hearted boos from the away end. The mood then deteriorated as some very angry people started telling the players what they thought of them. One of the most irate was someone that I have met on trains to games many times over the years who has always struck me as very mild-mannered. I have to say that I was really surprised and rather saddened at that level of anger after what had been a much more encouraging performance. Despite that, the players came over to applaud the travelling fans and most of the fans applauded back. I couldn’t help thinking that if the halves of the game had been reversed, we would have all been going home rather pleased with the performance. The first half had been the best that I have seen in some weeks. There was so much more coherence in the play and evidence of a team playing together. Sadly, as soon as Coventry scored, the confidence disappeared, and I feared that we would end up badly beaten. In the end, it was a decent game for neutrals and a well won point on the road. I was very impressed with Andrews. Let’s hope that we now see more of the youngsters given a run out and a positive end to the season.