Andy Johnson's late deflected strike earned Fulham a Premier League point at fellow strugglers Wigan.
The hosts went ahead in the 57th minute through Hugo Rodallega, who guided the ball over David Stockdale.
Substitute Johnson drew things level with five minutes of normal time remaining with a shot that hit Gary Caldwell on its way towards goal, leaving Ali Al Habsi unable to stop it going in at Portman Road.
In Scotland, Anthony Stokes scored twice on his return to Easter Road as leaders Celtic claimed a comfortable 3-0 win over Hibernian. After setting up a 44th-minute opener for Gary Hooper, who was returning from an ankle injury, Stokes tucked in a 50th-minute penalty following a foul by Lewis Stevenson.
Stokes, who moved to Celtic last August after helping Hibs to fourth place last season, skilfully netted his second after 64 minutes to confirm a 12th league loss of the season for his former club.
A 15th win of the campaign consolidated Celtic's place at the top of the SPL and saw the Bhoys end a difficult week on a high. Neil Lennon's men now have 49 points, but Rangers have three games in hand and hammered bottom side Hamilton 4-0 yesterday.
In the Championship, Leeds outlined their promotion credentials with a ruthless demolition of strugglers Scunthorpe at Elland Road.
Simon Grayson's side scored three goals in 12 first-half minutes and a fourth two minutes from time to warm up for their FA Cup third-round replay against Arsenal in midweek by securing three more points in their bid to return to the top flight.
Sanchez Watt's first goal for the club put the Whites on their way and further strikes from Max Gradel, his ninth of the season, Bradley Johnson and Davide Somma confined sorry Scunthorpe to a ninth defeat in their last 10 games.