Date: 14th March 2010 at 7:33pm
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Plymouth Argyle made light of their league position against Coventry City on Saturday, forcing the Sky Blues to come from behind and earn a draw at the Ricoh Arena.

‘Chris (Coleman) and Coventry will probably be a little more pleased with the result than I am but the performance had a bit more of our stamp on it,’ said Pilgrims boss Paul Mariner after seeing Michael McIndoe make good on his midweek vow to deny the visitors all three points.

‘I am the type of person and my squad is the sort that will keep fighting until there is no breath left in us.

‘Everybody would have had this down as a slam-dunk certainty for a home win but we gave Coventry everything. We are not a dead man walking.’

Plymouth continue their survival fight at home to Bristol City on Tuesday while City entertain play-off rivals Cardiff.