Marek Stech's late penalty save earned 10-man Yeovil a point at Stevenage.
The home side had the better chances in the first half with Craig Reid testing Stech with two efforts before Byron Harrison fired narrowly wide.
Yeovil defender Luke Ayling was shown a straight red card for handling Lawrie Wilson's cross in the penalty area.
John Mousinho took the penalty but was denied by Stech with the draw leaving Yeovil one point adrift of Exeter at the bottom of League One.
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Stevenage manager Graham Westley told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"Frustrating is a good word. But at the same time it is a positive to keep back-to-back clean sheets and was encouraging to see us dominate. We just need to be able to put the finishing touches to our work.
"It was one-way traffic, we took the game to them, we built patient possession, the conditions were difficult.
"We kept carving chances, unfortunately we didn't manage to put one in."
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