Norwich City dropped out of the top two as they were held to a 1-1 draw against West Brom at The Hawthorns.
The Canaries move below Sheffield United, on goal difference, who beat QPR 1-0 on Saturday.
West Brom got off to the perfect start when Dwight Gayle swept the ball in from close range in the 12th minute, after a great cross from Mason Holgate.
Daniel Farke’s side then slowly grew into the game and eventually found the equaliser late on as substitute Jordan Rhodes tucked the ball into the bottom corner from a sublime Kenny McLean cross.
Here is how we rated the Norwich players…
Tim Krul: 7
His kicking and throwing was diabolical, but he made some outstanding saves to keep Norwich in the game.
Max Aarons: 7
Became isolated at times, but did defend well and was comfortable on the ball.
Christoph Zimmermann: 8
Brilliant at the back. Made important challenges and won his aerial duels. Composed when bringing the ball out from the back.
Ben Godfrey: 7
Caught out for the first goal, but was relatively solid for the rest of the match.
Jamal Lewis: 7
Struggled with a lack of cover in the first 30 minutes or so, but pushed on and looked good going forwards.
Alex Tettey: 5
Poor performance from Tettey. Didn’t break up the play, let balls go over his head and gave away cheap free-kicks.
Mario Vrancic: 7
Made some crunching tackles and won the ball back several times in the West Brom half. Was good on the ball, as ever.
Emi Buendia: 6
Clearly wasn’t 100% fit. Struggled to make an impact before coming off.
Todd Cantwell: 4
Was dominated all afternoon by Gareth Barry before being taken off.
Onel Hernandez: 6
Was always a threat and put some decent balls into the box.
Teemu Pukki: 6
Missed a few half-chances and failed to really make his mark on the game.
Jordan Rhodes: 8
Kenny McLean: 8
Dennis Srbeny: 6