Caley Thistle and Dundee cancelled each other out in an evenly-matched Championship stalemate at Dens Park.
Both sides spurned opportunities to take all three points, with Inverness’ closest effort coming late on when Jamie McCart sent a close-range header wide of target following a corner.
Inverness made just one change from the side which defeated Arbroath 2-1 a fortnight previously, with winning goalscorer Miles Storey drafted in to replace Jordan White.
Caley Jags had the first attempt after nine minutes when Aaron Doran worked his way into a shooting position on the edge of the box, but saw his effort well beaten away by Jack Hamilton.
Dundee looked neat in possession, with their opening glimpse coming on 17 minutes when Mark Ridgers cut out Danny Johnson’s strike from 20 yards.
The home side continued to threaten from distance, with Paul McGowan sending a strike narrowly over, before Declan McDaid saw a free kick well tipped over by Ridgers on 33 minutes.
Inverness skipper Carl Tremarco was denied by the width of the post when his first-time effort from a Doran corner came off the outside of the post with the aid of a deflection off Shaun Byrne.
Dundee striker Kane Hemmings spurned a glorious opportunity just two minutes before the break when he was played clean through by Byrne’s pass, but he dragged his low effort wide of Ridgers’ left-hand post.
Inverness started the second half brightly, with Tom Walsh seeing a close-range effort blocked by Jordan Marshall, while Doran scooped another effort over from the edge of the box.
Storey was next to threaten with a low effort which trickled past the far post, while Jamie McCart clipped an effort narrowly wide after Doran’s shot had been blocked into his path following a James Keatings set-piece.
Dundee applied pressure late in the game, with Jordon Forster’s header forcing a save from Ridgers, before Hemmings nodded over from close range.
Caley Jags spurned a glorious chance to take all three points with just four minutes remaining, with McCart glancing wide from Doran’s corner, while substitute White also headed over in stoppage time, as both sides had to settle for a point.