Fulham’s most recent inability to succeed at a London ground other than Craven Cottage cost them an opportunity to near inside a point of the Championship’s programmed advancement places following a dreary 0-0 draw at Charlton.
They had lost every one of their past six away London derbies, so a point at The Valley was an improvement of sorts, however, they will feel they ought to have accomplished more against a group at an inappropriate finish of the table.
Charlton has won only one of their previous 16 matches in the Championship yet they, at any rate, fought difficult for an outcome to commend the honor of a three-year agreement to director Lee Bowyer.
Sam Baldock’s equalizer earned Reading a 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground as the sides played out progressively late show in the Sky Bet Championship.
Nottingham Forest 1-1 Reading
It was a similar score – and a practically indistinguishable plot to when these clubs met 11 days already in Berkshire – as Forest led the pack late on, just for the guests to paw themselves level.
Lewis Grabban scored an 80th-minute objective that may have lifted Forest into the third spot, had Sabri Lamouchi’s side had the option to hang on for the success.
The Royals had different thoughts and substitute Baldock pulled them level only three minutes after the fact, to leave Forest disappointed for the second time in a little more than seven days.