Millwall 2-2 Nottingham Forest
On-loan Chelsea midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah helped Nottingham Forest secure a draw at struggling Millwall.
The hosts took the lead early on courtesy of Steve Morison's eighth-minute 20-yard strike but Andy Reid equalised for Forest from distance.
The Lions regained their advantage after the break when Martyn Woolford converted a flick-on from Morison.
But Chalobah had the final say for the Championship play-off-chasing visitors with a header.
The 18-year-old's equaliser, his second goal of the season, secured a point that puts Forest a place outside the play-off places on goal difference from rivals Derby County.
Morison gave the home side, one place above the relegation zone at kick-off, a fine start when he took advantage of Forest's failure to deal with a long ball by scoring from outside the box.
Forest levelled when Reid's long-range effort eluded Republic of Ireland team-mate David Forde in the Lions goal, and minutes later Jamie Mackie wasted the chance to put Billy Davies' side ahead when he shot over the bar from close range.
The hosts retook the lead on 56 minutes when Woolford latched onto good work from Morison to place the ball across Forest keeper Karl Darlow.
But England Under-21 international Chalobah seized his chance near the halfway point of the second period, rising to Reid's corner to head the ball past Forde.
Morison went close for Millwall from the edge of the area near full time, but Forest held on to leave Steve Lomas's side two places above the bottom three.
Millwall manager Steve Lomas: "That's six unbeaten at home but we now have to transfer that home form to away and that's put down a marker for me.
"You can go away and get beaten, that's the nature of the league, but it's the manner in which you get beaten that matters.
"I'm pleased that the Den is starting to become a fortress again. We want to try and give the home support something to shout about."
Forest manager Billy Davies: "That was sloppy, we gifted them two goals. We showed excellent fighting spirit but there's no doubt that we had one or two players that needed a game, including Chalobah and Reid.
"Chalobah has been injured, he needs minutes and games. He's like one or two of our young players who need education and they'll keep getting it.
"Chalobah is one who you can see has got a lot of quality and he just needs to get up to speed with the Championship and understand what it's all about."