Accrington Stanley 1-1 Portsmouth
Accrington held on to draw with Portsmouth despite midfielder Anthony Barry's 53rd-minute red card.
Stanley went ahead through Josh Windass's 25-yard free-kick, but Ryan Taylor headed home an equaliser for Pompey just four minutes later.
Both teams had chances to take the lead in the first half, before Barry was sent off for a lunge on Danny Hollands.
Jed Wallace, Matt Tubbs and Wes Fogden all wasted chances as the visitors pushed for a winner.
Both teams remain in mid-table in League Two, evenly placed between the bottom four and the play-off places.
Portsmouth manager Andy Awford told BBC Radio Solent:
"I am not going to criticise the players. That is the fourth game in however many days and I think they looked a bit leggy first half.
"If I am honest we didn't have our normal tempo about us today and we just looked a little bit short.
"There are 15,000 people to play for every week at Fratton Park and we take a massive travelling support away so there is everything to play for.
"If the players go out there they have to perform for the supporters first and foremost and like I said on Tuesday we will try and get as many points as we can and where that takes us, it takes us."