EVESHAM United stretched their unbeaten run to four games but once again ended a game with 10 men in the 0-0 draw against Larkhall Athletic on Tuesday.

Daniel Djurovic received Evesham's sixth red card of the season after a push on a Larkhall attacker denied a goal-scoring opportunity in the final 10 minutes.

But it did not cost them in the end, and they went closest to pinching a late winner in the game that eventually ended goalless.

It was a lethargic first-half from both sides, with Evesham playing just three days after their mammoth 12-hour round trip down to Mousehole (Cornwall), which saw The Robins end the hosts' 14-month unbeaten run at home with a 3-1 victory.

The only way to describe the first half was flat, with the best chance of the opening 45 minutes being an effort on goal from 25 yards by new signing Aidan Clarke, who recently joined from Pershore Town.

The second half was an improvement on the first and both sides created chances.

Just two minutes had passed before Evesham saw back-to-back-to-back efforts cleared off the line by the visitors.

15 minutes later, it was The Robins' turn to scramble clear as Archie Ferris’ goal-bound header was swept off the line by defender Charlie Wise, who last week confirmed his return to the club.

Into the final 10 minutes, Evesham's hopes of pinching a win turned to try and hold out for a draw as another red card was shown to an Evesham player.

Djurovic was sent off for pushing over the Larkhall attacker when through on goal, the sixth red card of the season for Evesham.

There was a staggering seven minutes of injury time and in the 92nd minute, The Robins hit the post after a swirling free kick was whipped in by Aaron Heap and nodded onto the post by one of the Athletic defenders.

Playing with one less didn’t seem to interrupt Evesham’s rhythm too much and they were the team on top for the closing stages of the game.

Evesham couldn’t find a breakthrough but the result did stretch their unbeaten league run to four, a result that keeps them in 10th position in the table.