Barnsley drew 1-1 at home to Birmingham City in their final game before the international break.
Callum Styles put the hosts in front with a superb early goal but the visitors levelled before the break.
After an even first half, Birmingham were well on top but missed a series of chances so Barnsley go into the two-week break with six points from their first five games.
Markus Schopp kept the team that drew at QPR a week before. George Miller replaced Devante Cole on the bench.
Barnsley took the lead in the sixth minute following a fine passing move and an excellent Styles strike. It began with goalkeeper Brad Collins in his six-yard box then saw Toby Sibbick's pass cushioned by Cauley Woodrow near halfway to Romal Palmer who brilliantly released Dominik Frieser on the right. The Austrian's cross was poor but the clearance fell to Clarke Oduor who set up Styles to curl into the top left corner.
Birmingham then had the ball regularly in the home half but did little with it, until the 25th minute when Lukas Jutkiewicz got away from his marker to head a right-wing corner over from ten yards out.
Styles almost collected another pass from Oduor – who had burst beyond the Blues defence – but he could not control it about eight yards out.
The leveller arrived on 33 minutes when a lofted pass into the box by Ivan Sunjic should have been headed by Sibbick but he allowed the ball to float to Jutkiewicz who beat Collins one-on-one.
City had the better of the second half as Barnsley struggled to attack and conceded a series of good chances.
Birmingham almost took the lead a minute after the break when, after a long throw by former Reds captain Marc Roberts caused problems, Kristian Pedersen's header was saved by Collins then the ball was scrambled clear.
Woodrow saw a 30-yard shot easily kept out by the goalkeeper then, at the other end, Collins was beaten to a left-wing cross by Maxime Colin whose header went well over.
Tadith Chong fired wide from 25 yards out for Birmingham then former Barnsley trialist Scott Hogan should have put the visitors in front but he headed wide sliding in six yards out to meet a left-wing Jeremie Bela cross. Hogan also screwed a shot horribly wide on the left of the box after Barnsley allowed a long ball to drift all the way through to him.
Hogan had yet another chance in the 73rd minute when a mix-up on the left of the Barnsley defence allowed him to go clean through on goal but Collins made a good one-on-one save.
Hogan was replaced by Chuks Aneke who also came extremely close to scoring in the 81st minute during a goalmouth scramble in which he was denied twice at close-range by Collins before kicking the third effort over.
Barnsley (3-4-3): Collins; Sibbick (Moon 84mins), Helik, Kitching; Brittain, Palmer, Benson, Styles; Frieser (Adeboyejo 80mins), Woodrow, Oduor. Unused: Walton, B Williams, Moon, Halme, Miller, Thompson. Yellow cards: Palmer, Styles. Goals: Styles 6.
Birmingham (3-4-1-2): Sarkic; Roberts, Dean, Pedersen; Colin, Woods, Sunjic, Bela; Chong; Jutkiewicz (Leko 89mins), Hogan (Aneke 75). Unused: Trueman, Friend, Sanchez, McGree, Gardner. Yellow cards: Woods, Chong, Dean, Pedersen. Goals: Jutkiewicz 33.