Two brilliant saves in stoppage time from Ian Bennett earned Huddersfield a point from a 0-0 home draw against Colchester.
Veteran goalkeeper Bennett, 39, first dived at the feet of substitute Kayode Odejayi in the 90th minute after the Nigerian striker was put through by Anthony Wordsworth.
He then parried Odejayi's goalbound header at the near post following a teasing cross from the left by Wordsworth.
At the other end, a brilliant save from Ben Williams was the highlight of Colchester's rearguard action as they resisted a second-half barrage to earn a valuable point.
Williams, a former Manchester United trainee, acrobatically tipped a close-range bullet header from Huddersfield's Jamie McCombe after 60 minutes.
Colchester United manager, John Ward wasa disappointed not to claim all three points and admitted that both Bennett and his keeper Ben Williams had kept their respective sides in the game:
"I think we have had some good chances to win it and we know we had to defend well here", said Ward.
"We knew that Huddersfield would be smarting after missing out on an opportunity to go to Wembley.
"I thought both goalkeepers played very very well."
Bradford manager Peter Taylor agreed with Neil Swarbrick's decision to postpone their home game with Burton.
Swarbrick decided that areas of the Valley Parade pitch were unplayable after a heavy overnight frost and the game was called off shortly before the 3pm kick-off.
Taylor said: "I think it was a great decision by the referee. Unfortunately it is one area of the field that is affected.
"Much of the playing area is fine, which made it difficult for the referee. We informed Burton at about midday that there was some doubt about the match taking place.
"We left it until then because we thought the frost would come out of the ground much quicker. The referee was worried about injuries. That is what he told Paul (Peschisolido) and me."