Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea City's FA Cup fifth round tie will go to a replay after the sides played out a dull 0-0 at Hillsborough on Saturday.
With both teams struggling towards the bottom of their respective leagues, changes were aplenty.
Carvalhal made seven changes to his side who beat Burnley on Saturday:
Adam Reach had the first chance of the game for the Championship side in the second minute. Nuhiu flicked on a header which found Reach breaking into the penalty area on the right, the midfielder hit a shot across goal from 10 yards out but it was too close to Nordfeldt and the Swans keeper managed to palm it away for a corner.
The Owls continued to dominate possession in the opening exchanges while the Swans struggled to find any fluency in what was an encouraging start for the Championship side.
Nevertheless, as the half wore on Swansea did start to push forward more and Carvalhal's side were nearly reward with the opening goal in the 36th minute. Naughton sent over a cross from the right which found an unmarked
It was the final chance of a turgid first-half which had seen just two shots on target. The only real snippets of quality had come from the two saves made by either goalkeeper.
The Owls were inches away from winning it two minutes into stoppage time. Nuhiu and Joao exchanged a one-two on the edge of the Swans box before the former played in Reach inside the box on the right, the midfielder squared the ball across goal but Joao - who was just offside - was unable to finish the final chance of the game.