Leeds United and Hull City shared the points in a dour goalless draw at the KCOM Stadium.
Hull had the best chances to win the game with Leeds failing to muster an attempt on target during the 90 minutes.
Frazer Campbell had the best chance of the first half in just the second minute but the striker could only fire wide after getting in behind the Leeds defence.
Leeds owed a lot to goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald and he did well to deny Nouha Dicko and Jarrod Bowen in the first half.
Hull also carved out the best chances of the second half. Dicko somehow managed to head the ball onto the roof of the net from just a yard out after Wiedwald had denied Kamil Grosicki and Wiedwald produced another good save in the closing moments to deny Campbell from close range.
Leeds best chances fell to Pierre-Michel Lasogga and Ezgjan Alioski but neither troubled Allan McGregor in the Hull goal with shots from distance.
McGregor, Tomori, Aina, Dawson, Mazuch (Hector 69), Henriksen (Grosicki 45), Larsson, Bowen, Irvine, Campbell, Dicko (Keane 72)
Subs not used
Marshall, Clark, Toral, Evandro
Wiedwald, Berardi, Shaughnessy (Dallas 5), Jansson, De Bock, Forshaw, Ronaldo Vieira, Hernandez, Roofe (Cibicki 90), Lasogga, Alioski (Sacko 86)
Subs not used
Lonergan, Pearce, Anita, Romario Vieira
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