Today's meeting between Aston Villa and Leicester saw two teams desperate for points go head-to-head in what some had already labeled a six-pointer.
Villa were coming off the back of a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace, whilst Leicester lost to 3-1, though the conduct of under-fire manager Nigel Pearson stole the headlines.
Pearson really needed a positive result to ease the mounting pressure on him, and he looked set for a boost when Leonardo Ulloa turned home from close range after Brad Guzan parried Riyad Mahrez's deflected shot back out in to the six yard box.
Villa hit back quickly though, with Ciaran Clark sending a header past Kasper Schmeichel from Ashley Westwood's free kick to draw his side level.
Paul Lambert's side then claimed their second win in a row when Alan Hutton turned Christian Benteke's pass in to the net, whilst there was still time for Leicester to have a man sent off, as Paul Konchesky received his marching orders with just 10 minutes to play.
The result leaves Leicester rooted to the bottom of the table but just four points from safety, whilst Villa climb to 11th place - easing the pressure on Lambert.