Luton Town and Blackburn Rovers played out a 1-1 draw in Bedfordshire, with the two sides changing goals inside a 3 minute period.
Luke Berry put Luton in front with just over 20 minutes to go, but Blackburn sub Sam Gallagher struck a quickfire equaliser for Tony Mowbray’s visitors.
With neither side able to break the stalemate in the remainder of the contest, it extends Luton’s winless home run to 4 games, though they are unbeaten in 3 games and still hold a top half space in the Championship.
Nathan Jones’ side nearly came close to making a quickfire opening, after Rhys Norrington-Davies curled a strike wide before Elliot Lee would see two efforts blocked in quick succession.
Blackburn’s closest moment to a goal came when Adam Armstrong saw a goal disallowed, and the away goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski would be tested after he made stops to deny Harry Cornick and George Moncur either side of the break.
Luton brought on James Collins off the bench and not long after heading one shot over, the Irish striker would have a hand in Luton’s opener, as his shot ended up turning into an assist for Berry, who beat Kaminski.
But Blackburn would level just three minutes later, as a cross was knocked down by Barry Douglas for substitute Gallagher, who beat Simon Sluga.
Kaminski denied Glen Rea a few moments later, before the closest either side came for a winner saw Sluga make a vital double save to deny Gallagher and Joe Rothwell.
With no winner here, Luton’s next attempt to grab a first home win since beating Wycombe in early October will see them take on Birmingham on Tuesday evening.