SOUTHEND United and Woking played out goalless bore draw at Roots Hall this afternoon.

An uneventful encounter, played in front of more than 7,000 fans at Roots Hall, was short of goalmouth action.

And that led to the Shrimpers securing their second goalless draw in succession.

After a quiet start to the game, Blues registered a shot on target when a long throw from Adam Crowther dropped down into the path of Nathan Ralph whose right footed shot was parried away by Woking goalkeeper Will Jaaskelainen.

The hosts replied just before the break with Jermaine Anderson sending a low shot straight at Blues custodian Collin Andeng Ndi.

After the break, Noor Husin fired over from just outside the penalty area after before Woking threatened with Andeng Ndi rushing out to block a shot from Jayden Luker after the midfielder had won the ball off Crowther in the box.

Dan Moss then fired wide of the right post for the visitors before Blues opted to make their first change of the afternoon in the 58th minute with Jack Wood replacing Danny Waldron in attack.

Another change soon followed with Gus Scott-Morriss replacing Jason Demetriou down the right hand side but it was Woking who threatened next with their substitute Lee Angol firing straight at Andeng Ndi from the right hand side of the penalty area.

The Shrimpers’ final change came in the 78th minute with Oli Coker replacing Wes Fonguck and the midfielder soon saw a shot blocked in front of goal.

But there was to be no late drama as Blues bagged a point which did extend their unbeaten run to 10 games.