Loan watch: Bartley's Leeds continue play-off bid
Kyle Bartley made his 36th league appearance of the campaign as Leeds United were held 0-0 at Elland Road by Queens Park Rangers.
The 25-year-old helped Leeds keep their 14th clean sheet of the season as Garry Monk's side sit six points clear of seventh-placed Fulham.
At the other end of the Championship, Marvin Emnes' Blackburn Rovers slipped back into the relegation zone despite a 2-2 draw at Norwich City.
Despite taking an early lead, Norwich were forced to play the last 69 minutes with ten men after Mitchell Dijks was sent off for fouling Emnes.
Blackburn then took a shock lead when they struck twice in a five-minute spell, only for the Canaries to level with nine minutes remaining.
The draw leaves Blackburn in 22nd place and in the dropzone only on goal difference ahead of Tuesday night's trip to Fulham.
There were better results, though, for Liam Shephard and Alex Samuel in League Two.
Shephard helped the Glovers end a seven-match winless streak as they claimed a 3-1 victory at Morecambe.
It was the 22-year-old's 36th appearance of the season for Darren Way's side, who moved 11 points clear of the relegation zone.
Newport are still rooted to the bottom despite making a winning start to life under caretaker boss Mike Flynn.
Samuel was included in Flynn's starting XI against Crewe, with the Exiles having to come from a goal behind to claim a last-gasp 2-1 victory.
The 21-year-old went close to giving Newport the lead but he just failed to direct his headed effort on target.
It was Samuel's eighth appearance for the Exiles, who sit nine points from safety with 13 games remaining.
Meanwhile, Bafe Gomis (Marseille), Franck Tabanou (Granada), Matt Grimes (Leeds), Modou Barrow (Leeds), Josh Vickers (Barnet), Owain Jones (Yeovil) and Tom Holland (Fylde) didn't feature for their clubs at the weekend.