Well that wasn't much fun.
Bolton Wanderers looked comfortable for an hour, despite giving up lots of possession against an out-of-sorts Leeds United who arrived backed by 3,000 fans who sang for the first five minutes, and then shut up for the rest of the game.
Big club, or so they think.
The returning Josh Vela impressed, though again Neil Danns and David Wheater were Bolton's weak links.
Much-maligned forward Gary Madine started brightly, by his standards, though was forced off with concussion early on to be replaced by debutant Shola Ameobi who scored a superb volley to mark his home bow with aplomb.
Injury to Mark Davies forced another change at half-time with Stephen Dobbie coming on.
The game changed when a slip and a trip by Prince gave Leeds a penalty, which someone from Italy despatched beyond Ben Amos.
Wanderers did well after that to keep Leeds out, and will be grateful for a point heading into a tough game against Preston North End next weekend.
Overall it was probably a fair result, but of course we need wins. Concerning.