AFC Wimbledon held on for a deserved point at League Two promotion-chasers Cheltenham Town last night.
The Dons defence answered Terry Brown's call with an impressive rearguard action to chalk up their first clean sheet since the goalless draw at Shrewsbury back in October.
The first-half was an end-to-end affair, but neither side created any clear-cut chances as the defences dominated proceedings.
Jeff Goulding fired wide for the high-flying hosts in a a rare attempt at goal after an error by Dons skipper Jamie Stuart.
Cheltenham cranked up the pressure after the break, with Seb Brown (pictured) saving comfortably from Russell Penn, while the Dons keeper did well to hold Marlon Pack's long-range effort midway through the second-half.
The introduction of Billy Knott added impetus to Wimbledon's attack, and the on-loan Sunderland youngster was unlucky to see a curling effort drift the wrong side of the post.
Brown did well to turn a Jimmy Spencer header over the top late on, while Sammy Moore blocked Pack's blockbuster.
Former Dons frontman Kaid Mohamed almost nicked the points in the dying minutes, but his left-footed shot flashed wide as honours ended even.
DONS: Brown, Hatton, Stuart, Mitchel-King, Bush, S Moore, Moncur, Yussuff, Euell (Knott 67), Midson, Jolley (Harrison 74).
Subs (not used): Turner, McNaughton, Hoyte.