Leicester City's bid to qualify for the Champions League has suffered another knock with a 1-1 draw at relegation-threatened Burnley in the Premier League.
Brendan Rodgers' injury-hit Foxes recovered from conceding a fourth-minute goal to Matej Vydra, with Kelechi Iheanacho's volley in the 34th earning the visitors a point at Turf Moor.
However, more dropped points - coming three days after a 3-1 loss to Arsenal - further opens the door for Leicester's top-four rivals.
Leicester are third, five points ahead West Ham United and six clear of fifth-place Chelsea, having played a game more.
Rodgers' injury list is growing, with Harvey Barnes the latest player out to join the likes of James Maddison, James Justin and Jonny Evans on the sidelines.
It forced the Leicester manager to field a makeshift line-up against Burnley and one of the fringe players called up, Hamza Choudhury, was at fault for Burnley's goal.
Choudhury's weak back pass was seized on by Vydra, who went round Wilfred Ndidi and shot high past Kasper Schmeichel.
Iheanacho equalised when he spun his marker and met a floated pass forward by Ndidi with a volley on the turn that flew past Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope, whose positioning was open to question.
Youri Tielemans struck the post in the closing minutes for Leicester, but Burnley applied more pressure with Schmeichel producing fine saves to keep out headers by James Tarkowski and Chris Wood.
Meanwhile, Sheffield United showed there is fight left in them yet after battling with 10 men for more than half an hour to beat Aston Villa 1-0.
David McGoldrick's first-half goal put the bottom-of-the-table Blades in front but they faced an uphill task to hang on to that lead when Phil Jagielka was sent off early in the second half.
But the Blades stood firm and defended solidly and will feel they have kept alive their faint hopes of pulling off the greatest of escapes.
It would still take a brave person to bet against Chris Wilder's side being relegated, with a 12-point chasm left to bridge in the remaining 11 matches.
Ninth-place Villa, meanwhile, who still harbour hopes of European qualification, are five points adrift of Chelsea.
Crystal Palace host Manchester United in Wednesday evening's late game.
Australian Associated Press