Coca-Cola Championship bottom side Rotherham are still without a win this season after blowing a two-goal lead for the second time this week.
Derby fought back to beat them 3-2 at the weekend and this time it was Nottingham Forest who denied them as they fought back for a 2-2 draw at the City Ground.
The Millers, who were eight points behind Forest – the team immediately above them – going into the game, claimed an early lead when Chris Sedgwick headed home after 19 minutes.
Hopes of a victory were raised further when Junior surged forward and fired a superb shot across goal and into the top corner after 27 minutes.
But again it was not to be for Ronnie Moore’s side as David Johnson pulled one back seven minutes into the second half.
Marlon King then levelled from the penalty spot in the 63rd minute after Junior was sent off for bringing down Johnson.
Burnley leapt above Leeds as they came from behind to claim a 2--1 win at Elland Road.
Leeds made a sensational start with Jermaine Wright smashing in a half-volley from 12 yards after just 12 seconds.
But Leeds allowed the Clarets back into the game when a poor back pass from Clarke Carlisle gave Lee Roche the chance to challenge Neil Sullivan for the ball and claim an equaliser.
Richard Duffy then put the visitors ahead just after the half-hour when Sullivan pushed out a free-kick into his path.
Derby picked up three points with a convincing 3-0 win over Brighton at Pride Park.
Grzegorz Rasiak netted twice for the Rams after Tommy Smith had opened the scoring with a superb left-footed shot in the ninth minute.
Rasiak struck the first of his double early in the second half before wrapping up the win 10 minutes from time.
Eddie Lewis struck the equaliser as Preston claimed a 1-1 draw with Coventry at Highfield Road.
Patrick Suffo had given the Sky Blues the lead with a penalty four minutes into the second half after Andrew Morrell had been fouled by Paul McKenna.
Lewis levelled the scores with a shot from the edge of the area following a corner in the 68th minute.