St Ledger in line for Wembley spot
SEAN ST LEDGER could be playing at Wembley in a fortnight after completing a surprise loan move from Leicester to Millwall.
The centre-half, who has missed most of the season with a hamstring injury, will be hoping to line out alongside Ireland team-mate David Forde when the Lions face Wigan in the FA Cup semi-final on April 13.
Clark fit to face Reds
CIARAN CLARK is expected to shake off the shoulder injury that forced him off against Austria in time for Aston Villa's meeting with Liverpool on Sunday.
"It's not a problem and I'm going to be fine for Sunday," he said.
'No Owen regrets'
STOKE boss Tony Pulis insists he has no regrets about bringing Michael Owen to the club.
Owen, who has scored once in a Potters career that has amounted to only six substitute appearances and one start, announced that he is to retire at the end of the season.
"He has been a great signing – if you look at it financially, it has been a great deal in lots of respects," said Pulis.
Coventry points blow
COVENTRY have been deducted 10 points having entered administration. The Sky Blues were 10th in League One but their promotion hopes have now ended, as they drop back to 14th.