Rotherham kept their survival hopes alive, with Lewis Wing blasting in a low freekick to earn the Millers a vital point with just four minutes left on the clock.
At one point during the game, Rotherham were mathematically relegated, but Swansea City’s win over Derby has ensured who drops will go down to the wire.
Warne’s men play their final game in hand away to Luton Town on Tuesday.
A win would lift them out of the drop zone on goal difference and hand them the advantage on what promises to be a nerve-jangling final day of the season next Saturday.
Adam Armstrong’s 26th of season looked like it was going to hand Tony Mowbray’s side the three points, but they were guilty of being wasteful in front of goal and were punished by Wing.
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McCARTHY HAILS HARRY HAT-TRICK
WELSH star Harry Wilson gave Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp a reminder with a superb hat-trick against Birmingham.
Millers take it down to the wire
PAUL Warne is proud his Rotherham United players are still in the relegation fight after netting a late equaliser in their draw with Blackburn.
ROONEY: IT'S ALL OR NOTHING NOW
WAYNE Rooney has called on his Derby players to rise to the task of avoiding relegation on the final day after defeat at Swansea.
JONES RUES LACK OF CUTTING EDGE
Misfiring Hatters held again
WE HAD TO DIG DEEP – GODDENN
AN OPEN and honest clearing of the air was the key to Coventry’s remarkable turn of form that secured Championship survival, reckons talismanic frontman Matt Godden.
THOMAS TOASTS TERRIFIC TONEY
Hero Ivan hailed for 30 goals
LIFE IN LIMP OWLS...JUST!
Grabban’s saved pen sees fight go to wire
ROBINS DANCING TO FRESH GLORY
Boss Duff makes right moves
Ismael: We need to switch on again
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CORBERAN'S RELIEF AS TOWN SURVIVE
CARLOS Corberan was a relieved man to see Huddersfield secure their Championship safety with this draw with Coventry.
ARGYLE TO GET TOUGH
PILGRIMS TO CONSIDER LONGER BANS FOR PITCH INVADERS
Home Park must be a fortress for Pilgrims
STEVEN Schumacher is hoping that Home Park can be a fortress as Plymouth Argyle enter a run of six out of seven games on home turf.
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IT'S A REAL STEEL DEAL
£50m boost to protect hundreds of jobs
MACCA FEELS LOVE OF TOWN
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THE ROAD TO GLORY
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