QPR left it late to salvage a point with a 1-1 draw against Hull City at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Marcus Forss, on loan from Brentford, fired the Tigers into the lead in the 26th minute as the Hoops struggled to fashion anything of note in the opening 45 minutes.
There was then a lengthy delay just after the hour mark when Hull keeper Matt Ingram needed treatment following a collision with QPR’s Albert Adomah.
After Ingram was taken off on a stretcher, QPR sparked into action with Ilias Chair striking from close range with 15 minutes left to secure a point.
In the early kick-off, Championship leaders Fulham suffered an unexpected 2-1 defeat against Huddersfield Town at Craven Cottage.
Danny Ward put the Terriers ahead in the 31st minute before Duane Holmes doubled the lead from the penalty spot two minutes before the break.
Bobby De Cordova-Reid pulled a late goal back, but the Cottagers suffered a first league defeat since December 20.
In League One, Charlton Athletic endured a miserable afternoon with a 4-0 defeat at home to Oxford United.
Matty Taylor scored a brace in the first-half before Sam Baldock and Cameron Brannagan struck in the second-half.
And Sean Clare was later shown a straight red card for the Addicks in the 62nd minute for a clash with Taylor.
Meanwhile, it was a similar scoreline for AFC Wimbledon as they were well beaten away at in-form Bolton Wanderers.
Jon Dadi Bodvarsson, Oladapo Afolayan, Dion Charles and Amadou Bakayou were on the scoresheet as the Dons’ winless run extended to 14 games.
And finally, Sutton United’s automatic League Two promotion hopes were dealt a blow with a 1-1 draw at Hartlepool.
Joe Kizzi’s early opener had put the Us on course for a first win in five to stay in touch with the top three, before Tom Crawford struck five minutes after half-time to level things up.