Sunderland earned a 1-1 draw away at Charlton at the weekend as they took part in one of the few League One games to actually go ahead.
The Black Cats have had a good season so far and are in contention for promotion – though they’d like to be a bit closer to the top two than they currently are.
Even so, it makes a change for them to be competitive in games and they were certainly that against Charlton – particularly in the first half.
Luke O’Nien put the Black Cats ahead but they would be pegged back as Reece James spooned into his own net at the start of the second period.
1-1 it would finish, then, and Jack Ross will be eager to try and learn from that one as we head towards the business end of the campaign.
Here, meanwhile, is what we learned from the draw.