Cambridge Utd vs Grimsby Town: Mariners draw a blank
Cambridge held leaders Grimsby to a 0-0 draw in a game full of chances at the Abbey Stadium.
The contest got off to a flying start, with both sides having opportunities to take the lead inside the opening five minutes.
Striker Michael Gash came within inches of connecting with Curtis Haynes-Brown's cross and at the other end, Andy Cook hit the crossbar before seeing his follow-up effort cleared off the line by Josh Coulson.
Sheffield Wednesday loanee Matthew Fletcher, making his Cambridge debut, saw a close-range shot well blocked as United finished the first half on top.
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Substitute Richard Brodie hit the woodwork with an ambitious effort which had Craig Ross well beaten after 53 minutes.
Moments later the Mariners had a goal disallowed for offside as Marcus Marshall wheeled away in celebration prematurely.
Derek Niven and Jamie Devitt linked brilliantly to carve out a superb opening for the visitors late on, but the latter's shot flashed just wide of the far post.