Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates were forced to share the points in an untidy Sky Bet Championship affair at Loftus Road.
Visitors Stoke City had to play with 10 men for over 80 minutes, following Sam Clucas’ early dismissal for a stamp on Josh Scowen.
But QPR lacked the cutting edge to break Nathan Jones’ Potters down, and themselves finished the game a player light after Grant Hall was shown a second yellow card for his tackle on Tom Ince.
Jonte Smith’s Oxford United were cruelly beaten at Priestfield when a Brandon Hanlan header in the 89th minute decided a tense affair in which United looked to have claimed a point with a resilient display.
Reggie Lambe and his Cambridge United teammates extended their unbeaten run at the Abbey Stadium to five games, with a 1-1 draw against Oldham Athletic in Sky Bet League Two.
The U’s moved ten points clear of the bottom two as Jevani Brown’s goal a minute after half time cancelled out an early own goal by Harrison Dunk.
Roger Lee and his JK Tallinna Kalev teammates went down 5 – 1 to Tallinn FCI Levadia.
Tallinn FCI Levadia would get single strikes from Aime Marcelin Gando Biala, Ihor Zhurakhovskyi, Nikita Andreev, Mark Oliver Roosnupp and Levgeni Budnik, while Markus Vaherna scored the lone goal for JK Tallinna Kalev.