Forest win to keep survival hopes alive

Last updated : 24 February 2005 By Michael Morris
Coventry 1 Wigan 2
Derby 1 Burnley 1
N Forest 2 Preston 0

Coventry stay below City after failing to beat Wigan. Forest though are making it interesting. They are 6 points behind the first "safe" place with two games in hand.

Back to Wigan, top of the table as we start to enter the home straight. Fair play to them, after missing out on the play offs last year they have come back a stronger team this year.

Sunderland as you can see below must beat City to keep in touch this weekend.


1Wigan Athletic 341043351195326141996612566+36
2Ipswich Town 341322331667429251996624166+21
3Sunderland 341142331682720161969533263+21
4Derby County 3465626251025241716711504255+8
5West Ham United 3311242716547202316611473954+8
6Preston North End 3411423318449142815811474653+1
7Reading 34105226114581422141010403352+7
8Millwall 349262216566141414812363050+6
9Sheffield United 325651717835222513910394248-3
10Leeds United 3566523186571721121112403947+1
11Stoke City 33826141156691313812232447-1
12Burnley 326541613575111311129272645+1
13Queens Park Rangers 338452419529172613614414545-4
14Watford 3358319125572327101310423943+3
15Crewe Alexandra 3357532276372229111012545643-2
16Wolverhampton Wanderers 335932923457172291410464541+1
17Brighton & Hove Albion 346471720548122311815294341-14
18Leicester City 325651614475191991310353340+2
19Plymouth Argyle 3465620204310172810816374838-11
20Cardiff City 337371915277162291014353737-2
21Coventry City 34548192244923359817425735-15
22Gillingham 347371519141215358719305431-24
23Nottingham Forest 3265519190610112661115304529-15
24Rotherham United 341791426269122531318265122-25