From the BBC Football site:
Brighton 0-0 Nottm Forest
Paul Gerrard’s first-half penalty save earned Nottingham Forest a point in their relegation tussle with Brighton.
Gerrard brought down Leon Knight after 10 minutes but pulled off a stunning one-handed stop to deny him a goal.
Brighton created the early chances as Richard Carpenter shot wide and Gerrard saved from Knight and Kerry Mayo.
But Forest improved and Andy Reid twice tested Michel Kuipers, Kris Commons diverted Marlon King’s cross wide and Kuipers saved from King’s snap-shot.
# Brighton boss Mark McGhee:
“It was important not to lose to Forest, regardless of how it looked. I’m happy with the draw.
“If we take a point a game from now on we should stay up. What was really important was that we denied Forest three points which they badly needed.
“This was not our best passing game of our unbeaten sequence of matches, but the pitch was a bit bumpy.”
# Forest boss Gary Megson:
“It gives us something to build on, and this was a slight improvement to get a point.
“It’s a huge task and it doesn’t get any easier. But there are 16 games to go and a lot of points to play for.
“We need to get better technically in both boxes. We made a hesitant start but created chance after chance.”
Brighton: Kuipers (May 85), Mayo, El-Abd, Hinshelwood, Butters, Harding, Reid, Carpenter, Oatway, Knight, Hart (Jones 88).
Subs Not Used: Nicolas, Molango, Hammond.
Booked: Oatway, El-Abd.
Nottm Forest: Gerrard, Louis-Jean, Rogers, Morgan, Doig, Evans, Reid, Commons, Derry, Taylor, King (Johnson 90).
Subs Not Used: Doyle, Thompson, Impey, Folly.
Booked: Gerrard, Reid.
Ref: P Taylor (Hertfordshire).