LITTLETON could still take many positives out of a disappointing 0-0 home draw with last season's high-fliers Wolverhampton Casuals.

Jack Pearlman fired over for the Five Acres hosts while the pacey Jade Ferron and Callum Debar caused problems but squandered one-on-one chances.

Littleton's domination of the West Midlands Football League Premier Division clash was hit by injuries to defenders Karl Gardner and Dave Waters in a five-minute spell.

But Casuals never really troubled keeper Lewis Handley and placed a six-yard header wide early in the second half.

The visitors went down to 10 men with 20 minutes left when Kieron Miller was ruled to have kicked out at Littleton man of the match Brogan Halpin after a tangle.

Fifth-placed Littleton missed chance after chance with the crossbar, goalkeeper and poor finishing denying them.

They entertain Shawbury United, who are seventh, on Saturday (3pm).