Yeovil Town 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 0
The Seagulls drew with bottom of the table Yeovil in a game that saw new loan signing Leroy Lita make his Albion debut.
Fellow loan signing Craig Conway was Albion’s best player in the first half. However, Albion couldn’t capitalise on Conway’s industry.
Tomasz Kuszczak made a couple of routine stops before half time but the game didn’t come to life until late in the second half.
All the action was based in Yeovil’s penalty area. Will Buckley had a couple of good chances, one right at the end which forced a good save from the Yeovil keeper Wayne Hennessey.
Lita came on as a substitute on the hour mark but fluffed a great chance in the last 10 minutes.
Albion now have just over a week to prepare for high-flying Watford’s visit to the Amex in front of the Sky cameras on Monday 28 October in a game being billed as Fright Night.
Anything less than three points and head coach Oscar Garcia may be running scared.