Swansea City 1-1 Queens Park Rangers
Swansea City and Queens Park Rangers had to share the spoils from a competitive 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium.
Neil Taylor failed to shrug off a knee injury, meaning that Jazz Richards started at left-back for the Swans, with Angel Rangel returning on the right side of defence.
Armand Traore recovered from a knock to start at left-back for Rangers, while Adel Taarabt started in a five-man midfield.
The early exchanges saw both sides content to knock the ball around, before the Swans broke the deadlock 14 minutes in.
Danny Graham collected a Wayne Routledge ball in from the right before finding the net with a low shot from the edge of the area, despite the attentions of a couple of defenders.
Rangers responded with Michel Vorm having to beat out a long-range drive from Joey Barton, while shortly before half-time Clint Hill headed over after good work down the right by Luke Young.
The visitors started the second half positively and after City made a double substitution, Rangers drew level just before the hour mark.
Paddy Kenny's long clearance flicked on off a home head and Jamie Mackie pounced to fire a low shot under the advancing Vorm.
From that point on the R's enjoyed the better of the play, with Vorm making a superb one-handed save to push an Adel Taarabt curler away for a corner.
At the other end Graham thought he should have been awarded a penalty after going down under the challenge of Traore, but the game eventually petered out into a draw.