Bailey Wright remains firmly in the Championship promotion mix after Bristol City twice came from behind in a 2-2 draw at Barnsley on Friday night (AEDT).
Josh Brownhill struck in the 91st minute to cancel out Brad Potts' goal after Famara Diedhiou had earlier responded to Kieffer Moore's opener.
Wright completed 90 minutes at centre-back despite picking up an early yellow card.
The draw moves the seventh-placed Robins level on points with fellow play-off hopefuls Derby County and Middlesbrough following their respective defeats.
Bristol's biggest challenge for a spot in the top six could come from Millwall, who made it 13 unbeaten in the league with a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
Shaun Williams and Lee Gregory scored the goals as Tim Cahill watched on from the bench, with his side on the march in eighth and one of six clubs separated by just two points.
The news wasn't as kind for another key Caltex Socceroo as Massimo Luongo's Queens Park Rangers lost 1-0 at Reading.
Star of Australia's midweek draw with Colombia, Luongo came on as a 74th-minute substitute in a bid to rescue a result.
But the Rs weren't able to capitalise on the late dismissal of Yann Kermorgant, instead remaining 15th after 39 matches.
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