Sheffield United moved off the bottom of the table after securing a 1-1 draw at 10-man Brighton & Hove Albion.
Roberto De Zerbi made six changes from the side that beat Ajax 2-0 in the UEFA Europa League, with Evan Ferguson absent and Kaoru Mitoma dropping to the bench.
After scoring in midweek, Simon Adingra struck again to put Brighton in front after six minutes.
The Ivorian drove infield from the left flank, playing a one-two with Facundo Buonanotte, before hitting a low shot that bounced in off a post.
Half-time substitute Mitoma forced a save from Wes Foderingham on 61 minutes as Brighton pressed for the decisive second goal.
But the home side were reduced to 10 men in the 69th minute, with Mahmoud Dahoud dismissed for a dangerous tackle on Ben Osborn.
Sheff Utd took full advantage of the extra man, equalising five minutes later after Adam Webster inadvertently turned Jayden Bogle's cross into his own net.
The Blades move up to 19th on five points, above Burnley on goal difference, four points adrift of 17th-placed AFC Bournemouth.
Brighton, now without a victory in six league matches, their longest winless run under De Zerbi, drop to eighth on 19 points.
Referee: John Brooks. Assistants: Simon Bennett, Lee Betts. Fourth official: Andy Madley. VAR: Chris Kavanagh. Assistant VAR: Marc Perry.