Back stops, silly stats and a chance that is sure to come - things we learned after Coventry City's draw with Burton Albion

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Coventry City writer Andy Turner takes a look at the main talking points as the Sky Blues take a point at Burton Albion. It's a draw that pushes Mark Robin's men right up to the top of the league
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