Roundup of latest Sky Bet Championship action as the top two teams both failed to claim victories.
Callum O’Hare fired Coventry to a shock 3-1 win at league leaders, Fulham after Bobby Reid had briefly reduced the Cottagers deficit, following first half goals from Michael Rose and Viktor Gyokeres.
Bournemouth remain second after Scott Parker’s Cherries were held to a goalless draw at sixth-placed Sheffield United.
Second-half goals from Jon Russell and Naby Sarr saw Huddersfield stay third following a 2-0 home win over fifth-placed Luton.
Goals from Keinan Davis and Scott McKenna fired Nottingham Forest up to fourth in a 2-0 home win against Birmingham City.
Blackburn sit seventh and two points off the play-off spots after Sam Gallagher’s opener was cancelled out by Marvin Ekpiteta’s 48th minute equaliser, in a 1-1 draw at home to Blackpool.
Down in the relegation zone, Jonson Clarke-Harris rescued rock-bottom Peterborough a 1-1 draw at Bristol City as he cancelled out Rob Atkinson’s opener, despite the Posh finishing with ten-men after Joe Ward was red-carded.
Tom Lawrence scored a 22nd minute consolatory penalty as second-bottom Derby lost 2-1 at Swansea, after Joel Piroe struck twice for the hosts in the space of eight minutes.
Danny McNamara’s brace fired Millwall to a 4-1 home victory over third-bottom Barnsley at The Den, with Oliver Burke and Benik Afobe completing the score sheet after Romal Palmer briefly reduced the Tykes’ deficit.
Elsewhere, Andre Gray’s injury-time penalty couldn’t prevent QPR falling to a fifth consecutive defeat in a 2-1 loss at Preston as Jimmy Dunne’s 42nd minute own goal was followed up by Cameron Archer’s 50th minute effort to seal a home win for the Lilywhites.
Second-half goals from Alfie Doughty and Will Vaulks saw Cardiff complete a comeback 2-1 win away at Reading, after the Royals had led through Lucas Joao’s seventh minute opening goal.
Lewis Baker’s 94th minute strike sealed a 3-1 win for Stoke away at West Brom after Callum Robinson had reduced the Baggies’ deficit, having conceded the opener through Jake Livermore’s own goal before Jacob Brown added the Potters’ second.
Finally, Middlesbrough’s play-off dreams took a huge knock after losing 1-0 at home to Hull City as Keane Lewis-Potter snatched a 74th minute winner