Charlton Athletic were once again left frustrated at the Valley as they were forced to settle for a point in a low-key clash with Blackpool.
The result follows last weekend’s 1-1 home draw to 10-man Southend United as the Addicks winless run now stretches to four consecutive league games.
Buoyed by the returning Lyle Taylor from suspension, Charlton had the better of the earlier chances without really troubling Blackpool keeper Mark Howard.
Josh Parker’s air shot and Jonny Williams 25-yard effort were Charlton’s only efforts of note while Nya Kirby volleyed a chance well over for Blackpool.
After the break Williams was once again denied by Howard while Blackpool’s Armand Gnanduillet fired a shot over after a fine solo run late on.
The result leaves Charlton fifth in the League One table, nine points behind second-placed Barnsley but even more crucial, four points ahead of seventh-placed Peterborough.