Barnsley kept their first clean sheet in 14 Championship games in a 0-0 draw at Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Clear-cut chances were rare, and the Reds felt they should have had at least one penalty, in a fairly even contest against the fourth-bottom side.
The Reds have not won in five league games while they are 12th in the Championship, six points off the top six and 13 clear of the bottom three.
Valerien Ismael made two changes from the team that drew with Cardiff City three days earlier. Herbie Kane came in for the injured Romal Palmer in central midfield while Conor Chaplin replaced Victor Adeboyejo in the front three.
After a quiet first 18 minutes, the hosts had the first big chance of the game as Lewis Grabban was put clean through on goal down the right despite calls for offside but fired wide of the near post from just inside the box.
Barnsley almost took the lead soon after when Kane's long throw from the left was flicked on and Michal Helik's close-range volley was blocked by the goalkeeper Brice Samba. Barnsley were furious that the referee did not give a penalty for a pull on Helik's shirt with players and staff appealing for a penalty.
Sammy Ameobi then fired just wide of the bottom right corner from 20 yards out after Anthony Knockaert cut in from the right flank and passed.
Barnsley were again caught on the counter-attack as Knockaert went through on the break following a Reds free-kick but, one-on-one with Collins, he chose to square to Grabban who netted but was given offside.
Gaetan Bong then volleyed over on the left of the penalty area after a corner was half-cleared.
Barnsley started the first half well with Callum Brittain volleying wide of the bottom left corner from just outside the box then Kane saw a deflected strike from a similar distance fly just wide of the top right corner.
Ismael brought on Adeboyejo and Carlton Morris for Frieser and Chaplin on the hour-mark, then Michael Sollbauer replaced Sibbick minutes later.
Woodrow almost put his team in front with a header six yards out from a good Brittain cross but it was just too close to Samba who made a fine save.
Forest had their first shot on target in the 72nd minute when Bong's cross from the left was met by Ameobi 12 yards out but the header was straight at Collins. Knockaert then met a Cyrus Christie cross on the left of the six-yard box and sent the ball agonisingly across the face on goal.
Barnsley (3-4-3): Collins; Sibbick (Sollbauer 64mins), Helik, Andersen; Brittain, Mowatt, Kane (J Williams 85), Styles; Chaplin (Morris 60), Woodrow, Frieser (Adeboyejo 60). Unused: Walton, Schmidt, Oduor, Miller, Omar. Yellow cards: Kane, Helik.
Forest (4-2-3-1): Samba; Christie, Worrall, Figueiredo (Mbe Soh 90+4), Bong; Sow (Bachirou 58mins), Cafu; Ameobi, Krovinovic, Knockaert (Mighten 85); Grabban.
Unused: Smith, Freeman, Jenkinson, Olley, Blackett, Taylor. Yellow cards: Bong.