Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson says the games have caught up with his side.
Doncaster and AFC Wimbledon scrapped out a goalless draw at the Keepmoat Stadium. Both sides struggled to create an opening as AFC Wimbledon were happy to claim the point they needed to keep them in League One next season.
For Doncaster, it was the sixth game in 17-days and Ferguson felt his side are looking tired.
“It was a scrappy affair,” Ferguson told BBC Radio Sheffield.
“It was a leggy affair and tiring. The games have caught up with the boys.
“We just lacked quality in the final third of the pitch.”
Ferguson watched on as his side failed to trouble the AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper in the first half.
The second half was slightly better with John Marquis and Ben Whiteman forcing good saves but the goalless draw means Doncaster have now failed to score in their last four games.
Doncaster bring down the curtain on their League One campaign this season with a home clash against Wigan Athletic.
Wigan arrive at the Keepmoat Stadium knowing a point will see them lift the League One title.