Barnet followed up their draw with Solihull Moors with a goalless league match against Sutton away at Gander Green Lane on Tuesday night.

It was a game of few chances, with the home side creating the first clear sight of goal after quarter of an hour when Roarie Deacon’s effort was cleared off the line by Callum Reynolds.

The most exciting moment of the first half came 15 minutes later when the Bees’ Medy Elito had a powerful shot save by Ross Worner, who palmed it into the path of Shaq Coulthirst but he could only find the side netting.

Sutton then countered with a burst forward by Gime Toure who charged past Dan Sweeney and then Will Huffer before seeing his shot cannon against the crossbar.

In the Barnet goal, Huffner was playing his final game for the club and his clean sheet will have been all the more sweeter after Elliott Johnson gave the ball away inside the opposition half, allowing Craig Eastmond a clear 60 yard run at goal.

Huffner came out to narrow the angle and tipped the effort around the post to keep Barnet in the game.

Missed chances for both sides courtesy of Kenny Davis for Sutton, who curled an effort over the bar from the edge of the area and Barnet’s Wes Fonguck, who dribbled his way into a shooting position but fired wide of the goal, seemed to be the final opportunities for either side to win the game.

However, in the final minute of stoppage time, Barnet created one more clear cut chance and should have grabbed all three points.

Coulthirst got on the end of a teasing delivery from Elito but headed into the side netting under pressure from two Sutton defenders ensuring the game finished 0-0.