AFC Wimbledon were made to settle for a point as their 0-0 draw at home to Blackpool stretched their winless run to seven games.
The hosts missed late chances through substitute Adam Roscrow at Kingsmeadow, as the Dons proved unable to further distance themselves from relegation danger in League One.
The result sees Blackpool steady the ship after back-to-back defeats to stay 16th, with Wimbledon now eight points clear of the drop.
It was the hosts who had the better of the opening exchanges, with first Anthony Hartigan and then Kwesi Appiah going close.
Nathan Delfouneso squandered chances at the other end as Joe Day was kept busy in the Dons goal.
The Tangerines had a superb chance to put themselves in front with the game approaching the hour mark, Taylor Moore sidefooting over with the goal gaping.
And Delfouneso again went close minutes later, taking one too many touches after being sent through.
It was Wimbledon who finished the game in the ascendancy, but Roscrow could not steal the points.