Leeds United were held to a draw away at promotion rivals Brentford after another horror mistake from keeper Kiko Casilla.
After inexplicably allowing the ball to loop over his head from a corner at home to Wigan in the Whites last game, the Spaniard was caught out once again at Griffin Park.
The Leeds United players look understandably despondent after Casilla’s mistake
After allowing a loose ball to roll under his feet, Said Benrahma had the easy task of tapping home to give the Bees the lead in the crucial clash.
But Marcelo Bielsas side refused to give up and found a way back through captain Liam Cooper as he pounced on a loose ball from a corner.
Elsewhere, Nottingham Forest suffered a debilitating defeat at home to Charlton in a serious blow to their Play-Off chances.
Lyle Taylor snuck in at the far post to tuck home a wicked cross from the left and, despite hitting the bar just moments later, Forest were held by the plucky south London side.
Nottingham Forest midfielder Joe Lolley cannot believe Charlton got the better of his side
There was a four-goal thriller at the DW Stadium as Wigan grabbed a 2-2 draw to fellow relegation rivals Middlesbrough, despite taking the lead early on through Sam Morsy.
Even though they had Chey Dunkley sent off, the Latics recovered to claim a valuable point.
Elsewhere, Blackburn thrashed Hull City 3-0 at Ewood Park after a largely frustrating contest, with all three goals coming in the final 17 minutes.
Scott Hogan scored a priceless goal for Birmingham City at Oakwell as they condemned Barnsley to their fourth defeat in five games, while Swansea City and QPR played out a goalless draw at the Liberty City stadium.
Here is how the Championship table looks after Tuesday’s fixtures
Brentford 1-1 Leeds United
Nottingham Forest 0-1 Charlton
Wigan Athletic 2-2 Middlesbrough
Blackburn Rovers 3-0 Hull City
Barnsley 0-1 Birmingham City
Swansea City 0-0 QPR