League Two champions Swindon were held to a goalless draw at Bradford.
The home side dominated the game, with Nahki Wells coming closest to breaking the deadlock.
The Bermudan's best chance came at the end of the first half, but Wes Fotheringham saved the striker's shot from the edge of the area.
Swindon finished the game strongly and Paul Caddis almost scored the winner with a 20 yard free-kick which was tipped over the crossbar.
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Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson tells BBC Radio Leeds:
"I'm really pleased, it's a shame we couldn't get the win that the performance probably warranted.
"We put in a good performance, they're a good side, they're top of the league and they have some good individual players, and for the majority of the game we looked untroubled at the back.
"They're really coming of age and the supporters who've been here all season home and away can see improvements in the way they play."