Fleetwood Town 0 Exeter City 0 - full time report
Exeter City kept their hunt for an automatic promotion place in League Two on track as they picked up a well-earned point away at Fleetwood Town.
Manager Paul Tisdale made two changes to the starting line-up that had lost 2-0 away at Bristol Rovers last time out, handing Steve Tully his first start since mid-January and recalling Jimmy Keohane to midfield.
It was City who created the first clear cut opening when leading scorer Jamie Cureton turned and fired a shot forcing a good save out of Scott Davies.
Artur Krysiak the made a comfortable save from a Gareth Evans left foot shot, before Cureton hit another effort just over the Fleetwood crossbar.
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The second half saw substitute John O'Flynn test Davies early on before John Parkin headed a good chance wide.
In the end neither side could find the breakthrough, but the point gained kept City in the final play-off place and five points ahead of eighth-placed Southend.
League Two scores: Wimbledon 3 York City 2, Barnet 4 Morecambe 1, Bradford 1 Aldershot 1, Burton Albion 3 Cheltenham 1, Chesterfield 2 Bristol Rovers 0, Fleetwood 0 Exeter City 0, Gillingham 2 Plymouth Argyle 1, Northampton 2 Accrington 0, Port Vale 1 Southend 2, Rochdale 4 Wycombe 1, Rotherham 1 Dagenham & Redbridge 2, Torquay United 1 Oxford United 3.