You can watch all the goals from Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship, including wins for both West Brom and Bristol City, in our review of the action.
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Tuesday's Championship results
- Birmingham 0-1 Bolton
- Bristol City 2-1 QPR
- Hull 2-2 Rotherham
- Millwall 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday
- West Brom 2-2 Nottingham Forest
WBA lose ground on top two
Jay Rodriguez's controversial late penalty rescued a point for West Brom against Nottingham Forest.
The striker's 17th goal of the season secured a 2-2 draw after Dwight Gayle's theatrical tumble in the area.
Ryan Yates' first Forest strike looked to have put the visitors on course for victory midway through the second half.
Jacob Murphy's first goal in over a year had initially hauled Albion level after Stefan Johansen's early own goal.
The Baggies remain fourth in the Sky Bet Championship while ninth-placed Forest slipped five points behind the top six in their quest to end a 20-year Premier League exile.
Late drama at Ashton Gate too
Famara Diedhiou netted an injury time penalty to give Bristol City a 2-1 Championship win over QPR at Ashton Gate and extend their winning streak to nine games.
The visitors went in front just before the break when a header from Nahki Wells came back off a post and presented strike partner Matt Smith with a simple tap-in.
But substitute Niclas Eliasson levelled for City in the 73rd minute, accepting a Jamie Paterson pass and cutting in from the right to bury a left-footed shot from just inside the box.
Diedhiou settled the outcome at the start of five minutes of stoppage time. Having been fouled by Darnell Furlong, the big striker got up to net with a powerful spot-kick.
City are now unbeaten in 15 League and cup games. But the result was rough on Rangers and their manager Steve McClaren left the pitch remonstrating angrily with referee Tony Harrington.
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Bolton earn vital away win
Callum Connolly made the most of some lenient refereeing to fire struggling Bolton to 1-0 victory against Birmingham at St Andrew's.
Wanderers recorded their first win in eight Sky Bet Championship outings after the 21-year-old was shown a yellow card for only one of two late challenges in as many second-half minutes, before heading the only goal of the game moments later.
A dreary contest was short of both quality and chances but the visitors were deservedly rewarded for a gutsy and disciplined display. The result also saw Bolton earn just their second clean sheet of the season.
Millers' fightback stuns Hull
Rotherham moved two points clear of the Championship relegation zone after a rousing second-half comeback secured a 2-2 draw at Hull.
Jarrod Bowen and Fraizer Campbell, with their 16th and 10th goals of the season respectively, fired the Tigers into a 2-0 half-time lead at the KCOM Stadium.
But Millers boss Paul Warne changed the game with his substitutions, bringing on Anthony Forde and Jon Taylor.
Forde gave Rotherham hope by pouncing on a mistake from David Marshall following good work from Taylor, who then saw his shot deflected in to level the scores in the 55th minute.
Wednesday remain unbeaten under Bruce
Sheffield Wednesday continued their unbeaten start under Steve Bruce as they played out a 0-0 draw against Millwall at the Den.
The home side failed to score for the third home league game in a row despite having a fairer share of the very few chances as Wednesday continued their run of not conceding under their new boss.
Neil Harris' side made a bright start playing with plenty of ambition in the first 10 minutes and finding joy down the right wing where Mahlon Romeo and Jed Wallace combined well a number of times.
Romeo's cross for Ben Marshall forced the excellent Michael Hector to clear off the line while another low ball in from Wallace almost produced an opportunity for Lee Gregory, before Marshall and Aiden O'Brien saw their follow-ups blocked.
But then the chances dried up for the home side, who are yet to find the net at home in the Championship in 2019, and the game became a scrappy midfield battle.