Chelsea and Manchester United could not be separated at Stamford Bridge after playing to a goalless draw on Sunday night.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer started with Mason Greenwood and Daniel James to flank Marcus Rashford in the attack, as Anthony Martial was left on the bench.
There was a big moment in the opening 15 minutes when the ball appeared to strike the arm of Callum Hudson-Odoi in the box but the referee opted not to award the penalty after went to the monitor.
The Chelsea winger almost put his side ahead six minutes later after skipping past one challenge before unleashing a volley that sailed inches wide of the upright.
Unfortunately, that proved to be the only clear-cut effort at goal from both sides in a half that overshadowed by the Video Assistant Referee drama.
Thomas Tuchel introduced a change at the start of the second half, with Hudson-Odoi making way for Reece James on the right flank.
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David de Gea came to United's rescue minutes later with a fine reaction save to keep out Olivier Giroud's sweeping finish after some good work by Ben Chilwell down the left.
The Red Devils got their first chance after the hour mark when Aaron Wan-Bissaka cut the ball back for Scott McTominay who saw his first-time strike palmed away by Mendy.
Both coaches looked to their bench in the final 20 minutes, as Greenwood may for Martial while Chelsea introduced Timo Werner for Hakim Ziyech with both sides looking for a winner.
However, neither side could carve out any serious attempts after some poor decision-making at both ends as the two sides draw blanks for a second time this season.