Fulham remain top of the Sky Bet Championship following a packed round of Championship action.
Tosin Adarabioyo’s 84th minute glanced header from Tom Cairney’s cross saw Fulham come from behind to snatch a 1-1 draw at home to Bournemouth, thereby ensuring that the Cottagers continue to lead the Cherries by a single point at the top of the table.
West Brom climbed to third with a 2-1 away win at Coventry as Karlan Grant fired the Baggies ahead before Kyle McFadzean’s own goal extended their lead, with McFadzean then netting a late consolatory goal for the Sky Blues.
Ben Brereton’s 53rd minute header lifted Blackburn up to fourth with a narrow home win over Preston at Ewood Park.
QPR slipped to fifth after goals from Tyrese Campbell and Mario Vrancic secured Stoke a 2-0 victory in West London, as Michael O’Neill’s Potters rounded out the top six.
Down in the relegation zone, Derby remain rock-bottom following a narrow defeat at Bristol City as Alex Scott struck a 16th minute winner for the Robins.
Carlton Morris’ first-half injury-time equaliser saw second-bottom Barnsley claim a 1-1 draw at home to Huddersfield, after Lewis O’Brien put the Terriers ahead in the 33rd minute.
Peterborough remain third-bottom after late goals from James Garner and Ryan Yates handed Nottingham Forest a 2-0 home victory at the City Ground.
Elsewhere, Morgan Gibbs-White provided a goal and assist as Sheffield United came from behind to defeat ten-man Cardiff 3-2 at the Cardiff City Stadium, despite Mark McGuiness’ late header for the Bluebirds creating a tense finish.
Luton ended a four match winless run with a 3-0 away win at Blackpool as Jordan Clark provided a goal and assist for the Hatters.
Isaiah Jones’ 26th minute strike saw Middlesbrough clinch their first home win under Chris Wilder with a narrow victory over Swansea at The Riverside Stadium.
Millwall scored three goals in a match for the first time since May as the Lions ran riot in a dominant 3-1 victory against Birmingham City at The Den.
Finally, Mallik Wilks cancelled out Tom Holmes’ opener as Hull snatched a 1-1 draw at Reading.