A turgid affair between Leyton Orient and Walsall at Brisbane Road was summed up with the 0-0 scoreline.
However, the Saddlers should have come away with all three points. A back pass by O's Matthieu Baudry caught goalkeeper Adam Legzdins unaware and his poor touch fell to Anthony Forde who tried unsuccessfully to back heel the ball into the net from just four yards out.
Neither team composed too much by way of realistic threats on goal with the few chances coming from distance, although the second-half was at least better than the drab first 45 minutes.
The first-half was a forgettable affair. Despite the industry of both sides, neither managed to raise any concerns for either keeper. Orient's only effort on Richard O'Donnell's goal took 44 minutes to arrive and came when Jobi McAnuff broke into the box from the right but sent his shot into the side netting.
Walsall could at least claim to have created more than their hosts by the interval - although only just. A free -kick by Billy Clifford was directed straight at Legzdins while a speculative lob from Anthony Forde cleared the crossbar.