Bottom-of-the-table Dundee battled to a goalless draw at Dunfermline despite playing with 10-men for most of the second half.
Dundee, whose appeal against a 25-point penalty for going into administration was rejected on Friday, were reduced to 10 men after 47 minutes when Sean Higgins received a second yellow card for a foul on Alex Keddie.
The visitors also had a further four players booked in a fiery 20-minute spell in the second half.
Despite being a man lighter, Dundee created the better of the chances and could have won the game when Nicholas Riley's curling 20-yard shot was parried by Chris Smith.
Dunfermline had a late chance through Calum Woods but his left-foot volley went wide of Craig McKeown's goal.