Danny Wright missed a gilt-edged chance for Cheltenham as they were frustrated in a 0-0 draw away to Yeovil.
The visitors dominated proceedings and should have gone ahead on 12 minutes. Mohamed Eisa's initial effort hit the post, before Wright fired wide from six yards when it looked easier to score.
After 35 minutes, Sid Nelson pulled back Eisa as he attempted to run through on goal but after lengthy deliberation, referee Dean Whitestone only decided to caution the Yeovil defender.
Jordan Cranston and Jaanai Gordon forced saves from home goalkeeper Artur Krysiak as Cheltenham continued to push forward.
Krysiak was soon in action again as he made a quick double save, first blocking Eisa's shot before acrobatically tipping over Gordon's goalbound effort.
Yeovil did not manage a single shot on or off target until the 67th minute when Bevis Mugabi could only glance a header well wide after good build-up play by Otis Khan.
Jerell Sellars and Freddie Hinds missed late chances for Cheltenham as the game finished all-square.