Ross County and St Mirren settled for a point apiece in an entertaining goalless draw at Global Energy Stadium.
The teams produced nine goals the last time they met but although there were no goals on this occasion the match was not short on incident.
County's Sam Morrow headed against the crossbar in the first half and the visitors twice thought they had broken through in the second, with Sam Parkin denied by a post and John McGinn's effort cleared off the line.
County came closest to an opener in the 16th minute when Richard Brittain sent an inviting cross into the box for Morrow, whose header crashed off the face of the crossbar before being cleared.
Saints came close themselves five minutes later when Jim Goodwin drive just cleared Mark Brown's crossbar after some stout defending from the home side.
The visitors were seeing more of the ball and they forced two corners in quick succession. From the second, Gary Teal's delivery was met by Steven Thomson but his flick-header flew wide of Brown's left-hand post.
The chances kept coming and after Kenny McLean lashed a shot wide whilst in a good position, Vigurs whipped a free-kick just wide of Craig Samson's left-hand post.
The visitors were pressing for the opener and they came close again in the 59th minute when the ball fell for McLean, but his shot from 12 yards broke off Ross Tokely and behind for another corner.
The Paisley side were looking the more dangerous at this stage and they came agonisingly close to the opener in the 63rd minute. Brown did well to parry a close range shot from McGinn and when they ball fell for Parkin his drive cannoned off the keeper's right-hand post.
County were living dangerously and Parkin dribbled his way towards the County goal but a last-ditch tackle by Tokely denied him the chance to shoot but it was mostly Saints and Scott Boyd, making his 200th appearance for County, was forced to clear the ball off the goal-line in the 77th minute after McGinn made contact with a Parkin knock down.