Wycombe Wanderers made it five League One games unbeaten with a battling 0-0 draw against Bradford City at a freezing Adams Park.

In an even contest, chances were generally at a premium with Curtis Thompson clearing off the line from Eoin Doyle in the first half and Paris Cowan-Hall's effort hoicked clear in the second half.

Wycombe made the better start of the two sides in the opening 10 minutes, with Bradford just about defending a series of crosses into the box.

Neither goalkeeper was tested early on but Wanderers were playing some intricate football at times through the midfield.

The first real chance come on 14 minutes when Joe Jacobson’s excellent free kick was headed wide by Nathan Tyson from 12 yards.

Bradford had a golden opportunity to take the lead on 21 minutes when Eoin Doyle’s goalbound effort from six yards was miraculously blocked on the line by Thompson.

The visitors were beginning to get a foothold in the game and David Ball tested Ryan Allsop out with a fierce strike from close-range on 28 minutes.

David Hopkin’s side were finishing the half strongly and Hope Akpan saw his shot deflected wide by Matt Bloomfield on 39 minutes.

The Bantams came so close to taking the lead right on half time when Nathanial Knight-Percival glanced a header inches wide after Doyle’s intelligent flick.

Wanderers began the second half on the front foot and Scott Kashket forced Richard O’Donnell into a smart save on 54 minutes, unleashing a firm strike from 20- yards which the keeper did well to parry.

The visitors looked a threat going forward with Jack Payne in particular a menace. They almost went ahead on 68 minutes when Paul Caddis’ low cross came off Jacobson and the ball went inches wide of the far post with Allsop beaten.

The game was starting to become slightly more open and substitute Cowan-Hall almost made an immediate impact, seeing his 72nd minute shot cleared off the line after good work by Jason McCarthy.

The Bantams were beginning to play at a higher tempo and Connor Wood’s teasing cross just evaded everyone on 74 minutes.

Wycombe had half an appeal for a penalty on 82 minutes when Cowan-Hall took on Caddis and as the defender fell to ground, looked as though he may have handled but referee Bramall was unmoved.

The Blues were now in the ascendency and Bradford scrambled away Sido Jombati's shot on 87 minutes after they failed to clear Jacobson's corner.

Kashket nearly bagged the points in injury time, shooting just wide from 15 yards after McCarthy's pull back was scuffed by Marcus Bean.

The result leaves Wycombe ninth in League One.

WYCOMBE WANDERERS: Allsop, McCarthy, Jombati, El-Abd, Jacobson, Gape, Thompson, Bloomfield (sub: Bean, 85), Tyson, Samuel (sub: Kashket, 35), Bolton (sub: Cowan-Hall, 71). Subs: Yaes, Stewart, Bean, Owens, Harriman.

BRADFORD CITY: O’Donnell, Chicksen, O’Connor, Knight-Percival, Caddis, Wood, Akpan, Payne  (sub: Clarke, 88), Ball (sub: Butterfield, 79), Doyle (sub: Miller, 75), O’Brien. Subs: Wilson, Anderson, Devine, Colville.

REFEREE: Thomas Bramall