Swansea came from behind to take a point in their fight for Premier League survival courtesy of Tammy Abraham's headed equaliser at bottom side West Brom.
The Baggies ended an eight-game losing streak in Darren Moore's first match in caretaker charge but remain 10 points from safety with five games left.
Moore's side were kept out by an impressive display from visiting goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, who denied top scorer Jay Rodriguez and Chris Brunt - before Rodriguez eventually put them ahead when he poked in Salomon Rondon's flick-on.
But Carlos Carvalhal's side stay 15th in the table - and four points clear of danger - after on-loan striker Abraham rose above marker Jake Livermore to head in a Sam Clucas corner.
It could have been better for the visitors, but striker Andre Ayew spurned a great chance, shooting wide after being played in by Clucas during an otherwise drab first half.
The only other opening had come when Albion midfielder Brunt struck a powerful drive that Fabianksi beat away.