Cardiff City's 2-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion not only boosted the Welsh side's hopes of avoiding relegation, it also extended a remarkable Premier League record sequence of results.
There have been 34 PL matches since, with none ending level, the longest such run in PL history.
Across the campaign as a whole, only 58 out of the 336 fixtures have been drawn, or 17.3 per cent.
That is a smaller ratio than in any top-flight season since 1904/05.
The previous lowest number in the Premier League came in 2005/06, when 77 of the 380 matches, or 20.3 per cent, ended in a draw.
In contrast, the largest proportion came in 1996/97, when 119 fixtures, or 31.3 per cent, finished level.
Tottenham Hotspur are the team to have drawn the fewest PL matches this term, with only one of their 33 fixtures ending all-square.