Wigan Athletic 0-0 QPR
QPR's play-off semi-final with Wigan remains on a knife-edge after a hard-fought goalless at the DW Stadium.
Both sides rarely threatened as it ended all square to leave it everything to play for in Monday night's second leg at Loftus Road.
Harry Redknapp restored Richard Dunne, Joey Barton and Ravel Morrison to the starting XI, while Clint Hill and Danny Simpson returned from injury.
Wigan dominated the early exchanges, but they failed to force a save out of visiting keeper Rob Green.
Rangers had a let off when Hill clattered Latics defender Rob Kiernan in the box, only for referee Mike Jones to wave away penalty appeals.
At the other end, Gary O'Neil saw a shot blocked by James McArthur, while Armand Traore headed over from a Junior Hoilett cross.
Green was called into action just before the break when he denied Jordi Gomez after the Wigan man beat Simpson on the left-hand side of the box.
Marc Antoine Fortune wasted the best chance of the match just after the hour mark when he blazed the ball over the bar from six yards with the goal gaping.
QPR started the second half on the front foot, with Scott Carson diving to his left to keep out Traore's snapshot.
Redknapp introduced Kevin Doyle for Traore with 20 minutes to play as the visitors looked to find a breakthrough.
However, neither team managed to gain an advantage ahead of the second leg in three days time.
QPR: Green, Simpson, Onuoha, Dunne, Hilll, Hoilett (Yun 88), Barton, O'Neil, Traore (Doyle 70), Morrison (Kranjcar 78), Austin.
Subs (not used): Murphy, Hughes, Carroll, Henry.