The Championship's top two - Leeds United and West Brom - won again on Saturday to strengthen their grip on the automatic promotion places.
Leeds United's hopes of a return to the Premier League looked to be fading, but victory over Bristol City restored optimism at Elland Road.
Leeds United come away from Brentford with a commendable point, while Nottingham Forest suffered a shock home defeat.
Wigan Athletic enjoyed another trip to Elland Road on Saturday, beating Leeds United to give West Brom the chance to go top.
Leeds sit at the top of the table after a hectic night in the Championship, which saw Wayne Rooney score his first goal for Derby.
A glute problem saw Jamie Vardy withdrawn from Leicester City's Premier League match with West Ham and he will be absent against Brentford.
A shock loss against Sheffield Wednesday saw Leeds United surrender top spot in the Championship to West Brom.
The top two in the Championship remain unchanged after their draw, while Brentford are third and Stoke City thumped Huddersfield Town.
A late own goal from Wes Harding sent Leeds United above West Brom in the Championship table, while Fulham have moved up to third.
Championship leaders West Brom let in a late equaliser at Barnsley on Boxing Day but Leeds were unable to capitalise.