First. It seemed to me that Daniel Farke changed his formation in the second half and boosted his midfield. I didn't analyse it, but that's what it looked like. We seemed to surrender the initiative - something which happened under Hecky on occasions, notably when Big Macca did the same with Ipswich down here. Second, we were absolutely knackered in the second half. Thiam, Moore and McBurnie were all blowing like horses. I'm not complaining because they all put a shift in in their different ways. In my thread yesterday I warned about the likelihood of a heavy pitch, and I think this played it's part. I said Jose would need to make shrewd use of his substitutes, but the fact is that we haven't really got a lot of strength in depth. In the end we were fortunate to hold on for the draw in my view, because I could only see Norwich as being likely winners. Third. After the Forest home game, Red Rain stated his opinion that playing 'bust a gut' football (my term) was not sustainable. I doubted his opinion at the time, but that is what it looked like last night. I don't know whether the players can be got much fitter at this end of the season. Hopefully Neil Harris will not prove as tactically adept as Daniel Farke was last night. With those last four away games I felt we really needed to get a run going last night, so although we increased the gap to third bottom slightly, I still think there is cause for concern. Jose was criticised for going defensive against Hull, but I think that's what we could have done with last night in the second half with so much at stake.