Bradford City 3-3 Coventry City
Nahki Wells completed a hat-trick with a dramatic last-minute penalty to earn Bradford a point against Coventry.
The Sky Blues made a superb start with Andy Webster's deflected half-volley and Leon Clarke's rebound making it 2-0 inside the first 10 minutes.
Wells scored twice from close range to level it before Callum Wilson thrashed in from a tight angle for the visitors.
That looked to be it but Wells, who had earlier hit the bar, punished Jordan Clarke's injury-time handball.
A win would have seen Steven Pressley's side, now the Football League's leading scorers with 37 goals, go above the Bantams into eighth. As it is, they remain 12th.
Bradford, who last recorded a league win on 5 October, move up a place to seventh and sit two points outside the play-off places.
- 22BatesSubstituted forConnellat 83'minutes
- 11ThompsonSubstituted forYeatesat 68'minutes
- 18JonesBooked at 30mins
- 7ReidSubstituted forDe Vitaat 85'minutes
- 15M Taylor
- 20De Vita
- 3AdamsBooked at 71mins
- 6C ThomasBooked at 45mins
- 20WilsonBooked at 86mins
- 9L Clarke
- 14MoussaSubstituted forPhillipsat 85'minutes
- Kevin Friend
- Shots on Target