Here’s how we rated the individual performances.
Joe Wildsmith 7. The recalled goalkeeper had little chance with Joe Lolley’s goal. Had little to do all afternoon.
Liam Palmer 7. Slotted in at centre-half, and the full-back looked assured in a back three.
Julian Borner 6. The German centre-half had a quiet game, but should have done better to halt the Forest goal
Dominic Iorfa 7. Put some crunching tackles in, but will be disappointed to have conceded from a long ball over the top.
Kadeem Harris 7. The winger was asked to play wing-back, and did well, getting forward at every opportunity.
Barry Bannan 7. A tigerish performance from the Scotsman in Wednesday’s engine room.
Jacob Murphy (Odubajo 68) 6. Played out of position as a wing-back, and he struggled to make an impact going forward.
Kieran Lee (Adam Reach 74) 6. Missed a great chance to open the scoring in the second half, but used the ball well.
Massimo Luongo (Alex Hunt 83) 6. The Australian had a first-half effort deflected wide. Faded as the game went on.
Connor Wickham 7. Grabbed an equaliser with a typical centre-forward’s header late in the game.
Jordan Rhodes (Fletcher 68) 6. Unlucky not to score, his best chance when his header hit the post in the second half.
Moses Odubajo 6. Had an eventful 20-odd minutes, got booked and made a couple of bursts down the flank.
Steven Fletcher (Alessio Da Cruz 74) 5. Lasted just six minutes before limping off injured.
Alessio Da Cruz 6. Provided the late corner which resulted in the Owls equaliser.
Adam Reach: 6. Had little chance to make an impact.
Alex Hunt 6. The Owls midfield rookie looked composed on the ball in his brief cameo spell.
Unused substitutes: Dawson, Lees, Fox, Pelupessy.